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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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A STEP Beyond A Level

The top universities are looking for mathematicians with a real flair for the subject, and in...
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Progressing from GCSE Maths – what next?

UPDATED SEPTEMBER 2017 You’re in Year 11 and your GCSE Maths is all going swimmingly – a few...
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How 'Number Blocks' Can Inspire Us All

It’s no coincidence that my family’s new favourite CBeebies TV programme was advised by a...

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  • Effort Or Intellect?

    Dr Will Partridge A-level Maths Tutor (Liverpool) Picture An assumption that I come across very often, in my perambulations through life, is that you have to be naturally gifted to succeed. This is particularly apparent in sport and academia, where we see someone at the top of their game, and we imagine that their life trajectory to this point started...
  • Maths On A Graph

    Mil GCSE Maths Tutor (South East London) Picture The GCSE Maths curriculum introduces the student into the wonderful world of linear and quadratic equations. At secondary school we are fully immersed in maths, whether we know it or not. Our minds have been solving maths problems for years. Step by step we progress. Soon or later we find...
  • Tips and Tricks to Get You Started

    Gabriel Zenkner A-level Maths Tutor (Romford) Picture Studying Maths and Physics is not as daunting as it may seem. I have witnessed many students who believed that they were not academically gifted and could never excel in their studies.  There is a whole host of tricks you can employ to ensure that you achieve the grades you want. I have listed...

 

  • Do I need a Maths Tutor?

    Matthew Brown GCSE Maths Tutor (North London) Picture The short answer is very likely to be yes, with the new harder Maths GCSEs. I will give examples of problems that definitely need a Maths tutor. Sufficient speed and no assistance will always be key. Too often these problems are detected much later than suggested here. These problems are by no...
  • Maths Revision Tips

    Abdou A-level Maths Tutor (North West London) Picture Revising for maths can seem like a daunting task, but like many things, if you put in the work then you'll reap the rewards. A lot of people tend to learn all the past paper solutions and call it a day, but exams are evolving. They require you to understand the theory, not just regurgitate a...
  • Building A Pyramid Of Maths Knowledge

    T Puri A-level Maths Tutor (Uxbridge) Picture I believe that maths is a lot of fun. I have been asked many a time by the students, "How do you make difficult problems appear so simple". My answer generally is, by using the right technique and methodological approach even the most difficult problem can be made easy. I think it is absolutely...