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10.17.2020

Maths Tutors covering Barnet

Why choose Maths Doctor?

  • Maths Doctor has been awarded Best Private Tutoring company of 2014
  • We fully train and certify all of our tutors
  • Every one of our tutors is regularly CRB/DBS checked
  • Your child is matched with a tutor based on learning type and goal
  • You will receive feedback about your child after every lesson
  • Free no obligation taster session

As dedicated specialists with a real passion for their subject, our maths tutors are able to motivate and inspire individuals to strive harder in what can be a challenging subject. Whether pupils need a little extra assistance preparing for selective school tests or require long-term help to give them the confidence to aim for the higher grades at exam level, Maths Doctor is on hand to help. We offer GCSE and A-level maths tuition in and around Barnet, as well as maths tutoring across a full range of age and abilities. Using a tailored approach to maths tuition, our tutors focus on helping each child they work with to realise their full academic potential. We match individuals with a maths tutor who is well suited to their requirements and together they identify specific goals. In addition to building knowledge and confidence, tutors pass on learning skills that help students to derive the maximum benefit from their commitment to study.

 

Education in Barnet

 

Out of the 89 state operated primary schools acting to serve the Barnet area, a staggering 44% are continually over-subscribed with students. Furthermore, just 70% of children in the area are granted places at their desired secondary school. Of the 90% of students pursuing education after their GCSE’s, 15% head to further education colleges, 66% stay in their secondary for sixth form and just 6% go to sixth form college. We all want our kids to take their education as far as possible and Maths Doctor has helped thousands of students improve their maths grades.

With 29 post-16 education providers in the Barnet region, there is a huge range of options available to children who want to continue their education past GCSE level. Whether they intend to study maths at a higher level or not, their attainment in the subject is likely to have an impact on their future. Pupils who want to continue on to study A-levels are commonly expected to achieve an grade C or above in maths at GCSE level. And for those who intend to pursue a pathway into engineering, computing or physics, a good A-level grade in maths can be a steppingstone into their future career. We know that every child learns differently, which means even those who benefit from smaller learning groups in the classroom can struggle to find their footing in maths. By working with pupils to identify their weak areas and pinpointing obstacles that may have previously held back their progress, our maths tutors coach pupils towards confidence in maths. To find out more about how maths tuition in the Barnet area could help your child to get ahead, call 0800 088 2820 to speak to a friendly Maths Doctor learning adviser. Following an obligation-free assessment, we are able to match individuals with the right tutor the very next day.

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