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Book Recommendation: A Mathematician’s Apology

Book Recommendation: A Mathematician’s Apology by G H Hardy Cambridge University Press 2012,...
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van Aubel's Theorem

This is one of the cutest pieces of geometry I know.  It has all the right ingredients, simple...
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A Problem Halved: the Trouble with Fractions

We see fractions all around us in everyday life: “Add a quarter of a litre...” or “One tenth of...
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Why would you want a maths tutor?

Perhaps the first question should be, “Why would you want maths?” Well, in order to answer that,...

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  • Are wordwalls useful in mathematics teaching?

    Peter Nicholson A-level Maths Tutor (Huddersfield) Picture My first impressions. as a secondary trained mathematics teacher, is that Wordwalls are more appropriate for use in the primary classroom.  After picking a template, the teacher then enters appropriate content and finally chooses a game. I will, without apology, home in on integral calculus with the teaching of rates of change and...
  • Multiplication and division

    Mr. Saeed A-level Maths Tutor (West London) Picture WRITTEN  MULTIPLICATION     25 X 45 (GRID METHOD) Each number is divided into 'tens' and 'units' and then set out in a grid as shown below:                                       _X_| _20 |   5  |                                              40 | 800 | 200| 1000                 ...
  • Logarithm and Exponential functions

    Alex Rennard A-level Maths Tutor (East London) Picture Log and Exponential functions For your exam, you will be expected to understand and be comfortable with both the logarithm and the exponential functions. This is a quick overview of where these functions come from and how to manipulate them in the context of basic calculus. Exponential functions A function where the independent...
  • Revision tips for March Editor's Pick

    Chris Downing A-level Maths Tutor (Exeter) Picture March is the month for not panicking! Don't panic! (Old cultural reference.) I am going to start by saying that exams are not that important. They are important but not 'that' important. The most important thing is your health and well-being. If you do not look after your own health then you will not find other people queuing up to...
  • Book Review: Mathematical Models

    Sam Jenkins A-level Maths Tutor (South East London) Picture Mathematical Models H M Cundy and A P Rollett This book, which by now must be regarded as a classic, encourages the student (or teacher) to get pencil, paper, scissors and glue to explore Mathematics in a practical way. The section on models in plane geometry contains discussions on loci and envelopes, paper-folding, knots and plane...
  • The Benefits of Understanding Mathematics

    Andrea Fairbairn A-level Maths Tutor (Guildford) Picture Mathematics is a fascinating subject which teaches students to think clearly and logically. It is impossible to be a ‘woolly thinker’ in Maths, which is one of the reasons it is highly prized as a qualification. In our present age, where emotions and self-expression are often prioritised, it is important that people understand the...
  • Changing Education and Making it Real

    Rich Strange A-level Maths Tutor (South East London) Picture Orphaned orangutans needed to improve their climbing skills – could students design a way to get them back to their swinging best? Some of the world’s most intelligent and emotional primates, orangutans are more similar to humans than some people would like to think.Yet despite this, humans are the biggest single threat to orangutan...
  • Books for advanced level mathematics

    Dr Gordon Braddock A-level Maths Tutor (Portsmouth) Picture The EDEXCEL A-level mathematics course produces a series of books with a style I can recommend.  The subject is presented in a logical manner with clarity and a number of different styles of question on each topic, well annotated. Authors L.Bostock and S.Chandler have produced classic books for A-level.  Core Maths is a good...
  • Limits in Maths: What are they? Editor's Pick

    Halar Mirani A-level Maths Tutor (South West London) Picture What is a limit? When a person reaches his or her limit then they can say all I can do is this much and can quantify the amount they can do. Well, in maths it is the same scenario. Certain functions which are 'told' to keep going or x----->infinity. f(x) or y will reach a limit. This is true for when we have an inverse exponential...
  • Work on your speed for a top grade

    Gerard RM A-level Maths Tutor (South East London) Picture Top Tip for Top Grade I meet many students who feel satisfied when they understand a mathematical concept, and feel no need to practise further. Though it's important to understand concepts for relevance, problem-solving and a foundation for further understanding, for a top grade in exams it isn't good enough. For top grades you...

A-level Maths Tutors

  • Geoffrey Parfitt

    Geoffrey Parfitt Picture After leaving industry to retrain as a teacher, I have developed wide experience of mathematical private tuition assignments. I can prepare students for particular...
  • Alex Rennard

    Alex Rennard Picture Hi, I'm a 23 years old French student living in London and currently undertaking a masters degree in Economics at Birkbeck University.
  • Robert Edwards

    Robert Edwards Picture I have been teaching maths since 1987 starting in the private sector. I now work in a state school.
  • Leena

    Leena Picture Teaching is a passion and religion for me. My students flourish as I start grounds up, make them practice and resolve complex problems with one motto to achieve A/A*.
  • Thomas Yarrow

    Thomas Yarrow Picture I graduated from Cambridge in 2008, and have been working extensively as a tutor for over 6 years, alongside work in theatre and law.
  • Clive Hayball

    Clive Hayball Picture Hi. I am an experienced Maths tutor and would be glad to help with private lessons if you live within my area.
  • Dr Gansham Halai

    Dr Gansham Halai Picture I have a 100% success rate in converting a B to an A and 89% converting a C to an A at A-Level. I am a successful City Trader with exceptional academics. I believe only success...
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