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10.17.2020

Chinese parents are well respected for their nurturing qualities, but like all other parents they can get anxious about their loved one’s schooling. We all worry sometimes as they reach to fulfil their potential, but Maths doctor can help families from Shanghai to Beijing, thanks to their specially tailored online tutoring. Just a little investment in their future now can reap great rewards in the future. So why not take our free online assessment today? You’ll be amazed at just how much they could help in the long term.

 

Benefits of our online tuition

  • Quality No matter how remote your location, we can provide you with the highest quality tutor for your child. Our tutors provide individual lesson plans unique to your child’s learning style.
  • Interactive & Engaging Online learning is an engaging way to learn, and can reinvigorate student’s enthusiasm for learning.
  • Flexibility & Convenience Whether your child is studying the IGCSE, IB, American or British curriculum, we can provide top quality tuition anytime, anywhere

Prices for tuition in China are exclusive of VAT.

The great thing about Maths Doctor is, all teachers are highly qualified to work within the Chinese Curriculum and cover all school examinations. They work hard to get the best out of any student and wonderful results to back them up. It really doesn’t matter what type of help you need, they can provide it so you can have peace of mind.

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