Maths Tutors covering Ashford
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If your child is struggling with maths it’s often confusing where to turn for help. Teachers in schools are too over stretched to offer one-to-one tuition but with Maths Doctor we do just that. Your child will have their own maths teacher, one who will design a lesson plan around them and their individual needs. You will see your child’s abilities increase along with their confidence. Contact Maths Doctor today for a no obligation and registration-free discussion with one of our advisers.
Education in Ashford
An extremely well-renowned community in central Kent, Ashford is home to 75,000 people. Much like the county’s other primary population centres, the towns schooling system suffers consistently from student over-subscription, particularly the state-funded sector. At present it is estimated that as many as one quarter of all state primary schools and one third of all state secondary schools which serve the people of the areas are overpopulated.
Maths is important
Mathematicians are often said to say this about their subject and sometimes quote Euclid’s proof of the infinity of primes as a classic example. Maths is also said to be the language of the universe since much of quantum physics depends on mathematics and the theory of relativity or E=mc². The real beauty of mathematics is that it teaches you logical thought and it’s a subject demanded by hundreds of jobs from air traffic controllers, lawyers, analysts and scientists. If you opt to study maths you’re keeping your options open for later, since maths is always looked on favourably by universities and employers. It’s also easier to learn maths earlier rather than later, so you don’t end up having to play ‘catch up’ later on. Maths is also really important in your daily life no matter what you decide to do. If you go shopping, drive a car or use the internet you’ve just demonstrated your ability to use mathematical thinking. You’ve understood money, speed and a machine that uses super-quick binary arithmetic.