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💸 What is the rate of private maths lessons in London?

The average price of maths lessons per hour in London is £20.

 

Tutoring rates for maths lessons will differ depending on:

  • the experience of your teacher
  • where your lessons will be (online or the student's place)
  • the number of classes and the duration of each lesson
  • the goal of your classes

97% of our tutors offer their 1st lesson free. Check out the prices of our maths private tutors near you.

👨🏼‍⚖️ How many private teachers are available to give maths courses in London?

401 private maths tutors are available to teach maths lessons in London and the surrounding areas.

 

You can check out their tutoring advert and contact the maths teacher that suits to your needs.

 

Choose your private course in London from our range of more than 401 tutor profiles available.

✒️ How do students rate their mathematics tutor in London?

From a sample of 43 recommendations, pupils gave their maths teachers an average of 5.0 out of five.

 

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👴🏼Why not start a private maths course in London?

Mathematics is one of the hardest subjects in secondary school. Many students struggle with maths throughout the school year, whether at primary level, secondary or higher. This is why additional maths tuition is so highly sought after.

 

With the help of a private maths tutor many students are able to overcome their fear of maths.

 

All maths lessons with a certified teacher offer you the chance to learn the different mathematical concepts more efficiently.

 

You simply just have to pick your private teacher and reserve your maths course from the comfort of your home or take online classes

 

A messaging system is in place to allow you to get in contact with your tutor to schedule your maths lessons whether you want to learn from home or take online classes.

 

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Finally Feel Good About Math With the Help of a Dedicated Tutor 

If you're struggling with understanding mathematical concepts, you’re not alone! Many elementary, high school and university students (even those who choose to continue to pursue the study of math) find themselves lost with their math homework. If numbers aren’t your strong suit, and you’re finding yourself panicking through practice problems, it's time to look into getting yourself a math tutor. 

 

Right now in London Ontario, you have access to tons of experienced and highly-rated math tutors right at your fingertips with Superprof! Available either in-person or online, a tutor can give you one-on-one guidance on all your math problems and questions. With the help of a dedicated tutor to walk you through your math homework at your own pace, your math course doesn’t have to ruin your GPA–or frankly your life. 

Why Is Math so Hard? 

It’s no surprise that Math is commonly ranked one of the least liked subjects by students. Each year, many students revisit the following challenges in their math classroom: 

 

Math is Abstract: 

 

People learn best when topics and problems are relevant and relatable to their real life. The challenge with math is that it is an extremely abstract subject and finding a connection between the problem you’re solving and the application in your own life is rare. How many times have you thought to yourself “When will I ever need to know this?...Can’t I just use a calculator?”.

 

Math is Brutally Black and White:

 

Many students find solace in the subjects where they can count on getting many things “partially right” or “on the right track”. However with math, there is essentially 0 room for error. You either understand what you’re doing or you don’t. To make matters worse, once you see the grade or label of “wrong” it’s very discouraging, especially after putting in hours of effort. It’s easy to slip into the mentality that you're “just not good at math, so what’s the point in trying”.

 

Memorisation Counts for Little:

 

Students are constantly rewarded and programmed to associate success with memorization. In subjects like history or biology, memorization alone can land you As. However, math flips the switch on this go-to tactic. With the ability to usually bring formula sheets into tests in math class, simply memorizing concepts and formulas without properly understanding them won’t do you any good. 

 

Mastery Takes Time + Effort

 

For many students, math is not something that comes intuitively. It’s just one of those subjects that takes time and practice to eventually gain understanding. But forcing yourself to sit down and give so much of your time and effort to a subject you don’t enjoy and feel inherently bad at is all the more challenging. But this cycle only continues, since without that practice, you fall more behind, and then you're even less motivated and more overwhelmed again. 

 

Math Class Moves At It’s Preset Pace, Not Your’s

 

It’s an unfortunate reality that students can’t simply move forward with math once they've mastered the first concept. The teacher must move onto new material, regardless if you’ve understood yet. Most school systems just lack the adequate support and extra help for each math student, underscoring the importance of seeking out a private tutor to get you over the humps and keeping on track.

 

While we understand exactly how overwhelming all these factors and feelings can be, the good news is that most of these issues have pretty simple and achievable solutions. 

How to Get Better at Math

Not only can you get through it, but you can even end with a good grade–as long as you're willing to put in the time it takes to practice and persist. 

Go back to basics. Backtrack to where you lost your math stride and aim to review and relearn all previous concepts. You must fill in the holes with a deep understanding of the foundational concepts. 

Review every mistake. While there’s nothing more tempting than just never looking at a bad test again, every wrong answer presents a learning opportunity. It might be painful, but it’s essential to avoid repeating in the future. After the teacher takes up problems in class or you get back a test, be courageous and take the time to figure out the thinking behind your mistakes and how you can do it correctly next time.

 

Get help sooner rather than later. If you realize that you’re struggling, get help now before things snowball. Whether you just need a few sessions leading up to a test or you’re looking for more consistent support throughout the course, working with a tutor can be one of the best ways to finally understand and improve in math.  

 

With a tutor, you’ll get: 

 

  1. One-On-One Learning: In a typical school class, it’s often scary to put your hand up and ask questions. But if you don’t ask questions when you don’t understand, you run the risk of falling behind. Plus, it’s an unfortunate reality that teachers just don’t have enough time to ensure that every single one of their students understands each concept. With a private tutor, you get a more personalized teaching experience where you can walk through problems at your own independent pace. You only move onto the next problem once you completely understand. 
  2. Sessions Catered to You: Are you a visual learner? Auditory learner? Whatever your preferred learning style, a private tutor can cater their lessons to your unique needs where a teacher teaching a classroom of students cannot. Superprof tutors have experience working closely with many students over the years and can truly find the best way to help you learn. 
  3. Experienced Support: As a university-centric city, most of London’s math tutors took the very classes you're currently struggling in. They’ve been in your shoes and have come out the other side successful, now ready to share their insider tips and tricks with you. 

Get Help with a Math Tutor in London Today 

When you're trying to get better at math on your own and just can't grasp it, getting help will make a world of difference. And since math concepts build on one another, it’s essential to make sure you understand things at the beginning or it will only get worse. Don’t wait until the course progresses to even harder material, be proactive and find your local London math tutor today.

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