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Why maths should be your friend

Young people often have many frustrations with maths, from "it doesn't make any sense" to "I'll...
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A teacher’s view of the value of private tuition

Working towards a prosperous future In 1987 I qualified as a teacher and started my career in an...
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Fascinating Number Properties

Fascinating Number Properties Mathematicians and non-mathematicians have been fascinated for...
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Working With Gifted Children

It all began when I was working one-to-one with a couple of children who could be described as...

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  • University Study Tips

    Will Simpson A-level Maths Tutor (West London) Picture Here are some study ideas that you may find useful, or alternatively prompt you to come up with your own ways to work more effectively: 1. A possible strategy is to start and finish studying at fixed times each day, and no later. This works as an incentive to stay productive whilst revising as...
  • Advice for A Level and GCSE Maths Students

    Zeyna A-level Maths Tutor (North London) Picture I advise A level maths students to use the Integral Maths website ( as it is a very interactive and useful website where students can do activities, solve the questions and summit their answers and get feedback immediately. This way we as teachers can monitor...
  • Where To Go Online For Free Help With GCSE Maths

    Brendan B GCSE Maths Tutor (Bath) Picture Supporting your child through their maths GCSE can feel daunting. You may have heard about the new changes in the grading and the specifications and might be wondering what that is all about, and how that will affect your son or daughter as they prepare for their exams. Well there is actually...


  • Back to Basics With Maths

    A-Ling Chan GCSE Maths Tutor (Croydon) Picture It is a trend amongst many to settle with being bad at maths and believing that you need to be a genius to be great at it, just because it is difficult. That's not true. All it takes is hard work and perseverance. Just like in life, in maths, the problem isn't usually the answer, but further...
  • Progressing from GCSE Maths – what next? Editor's Pick

    Lynne Davis A-level Maths Tutor (Birmingham) Picture UPDATED SEPTEMBER 2017 You’re in Year 11 and your GCSE Maths is all going swimmingly – a few bits of it are tricky, but mostly it’s fine. This year’s work is mostly repeating stuff that you’ve done before, but with more emphasis on the harder bits, solving problems and working through...
  • Computational Spectral Theory: Part 1

    Dr Michael Strauss University Maths Tutor (Brighton) Picture Spectral theory is ubiquitous throughout the physical sciences and engineering. An early example of computational spectral theory can be found in Lord Rayleigh's 19th century calculations for the fundamental frequency of vibrating strings, beams, and plates. Rayleigh's computational technique...