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Rishika D.

Cardiff - Dentistry (Bachelors)

Hi, I'm Rishika! I'm currently studying dentistry at university and I love my subject. School, including GCSEs and A-Levels was a busy yet exciting time for me, and now that its over I wish I could do it all over again. This is why I want ...

£30-£32

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Star 5 / 5

17 reviews

57 lessons

Rishika D.

Cardiff - Dentistry (Bachelors)

Hi, I'm Rishika! I'm currently studying dentistry at university and I love my subject. School, including GCSEs and A-Levels was a busy yet exciting time for me, and now that its over I wish I could do it all over again. This is why I want ...

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Nadia S.

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Queen's, Belfast - Biomedical Science (Bachelors)

Hi there! My name is Nadia and I'm a first-year biomedical science student. I chose to do this course as I thoroughly enjoy the chemistry, biology and maths involved, the three subjects I had taken up at A-level. Having done mathematics peer-m...

£22-£27

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5 reviews

91 lessons

Nadia S.

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Queen's, Belfast - Biomedical Science (Bachelors)

Hi there! My name is Nadia and I'm a first-year biomedical science student. I chose to do this course as I thoroughly enjoy the chemistry, biology and maths involved, the three subjects I had taken up at A-level. Having done mathematics peer-m...

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Lianda L.

University College London - Translation Studies (Poetry). (Doctorate)

Maths, Combined science, modern languages, English language tutor, oxbridge preparation and personal statement mentor.

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

18 reviews

188 lessons

Lianda L.

University College London - Translation Studies (Poetry). (Doctorate)

Maths, Combined science, modern languages, English language tutor, oxbridge preparation and personal statement mentor.

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Dhruvi P.

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York - Economics (Bachelors)

Hi,I'm a current Economics undergraduate at University of York. Maths just seems so much easier than writing an essay so hopefully I can help!...

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

19 reviews

421 lessons

Dhruvi P.

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York - Economics (Bachelors)

Hi,I'm a current Economics undergraduate at University of York. Maths just seems so much easier than writing an essay so hopefully I can help!...

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Sarah L.

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Brighton and Sussex Medical School - Medicine (Bachelors)

A third-year medical student with extensive experience tutoring A-Levels and GCSEs.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

64 reviews

557 lessons

Sarah L.

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Brighton and Sussex Medical School - Medicine (Bachelors)

A third-year medical student with extensive experience tutoring A-Levels and GCSEs.

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Anmol P.

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Warwick - BSc. Mathematics and Philosophy (Bachelors)

Throughout my education I have always aided those around me in their understanding. I know how it can feel to not understand concepts in class, but I also appreciate how a friend, peer, or tutor can help bridge that gap of understanding.I have pre...

£47-£49

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24 reviews

470 lessons

Anmol P.

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Warwick - BSc. Mathematics and Philosophy (Bachelors)

Throughout my education I have always aided those around me in their understanding. I know how it can feel to not understand concepts in class, but I also appreciate how a friend, peer, or tutor can help bridge that gap of understanding.I have pre...

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Lots of students can benefit from the support of a GCSE Maths tutor. The busy classroom environment doesn’t always allow students to grasp key Maths topics as much as they might like. But one-to-one tuition can help them get to grips with this core subject. Our tutors go at a pace to suit each student, helping them boost their knowledge of circle theorems, statistics, algebra, and more. But also give them the confidence to tackle what can sometimes feel like an overwhelming subject. All sessions can be tailored to suit the individual, but always with the aim of helping you ace your GCSE Maths exam. Tutors can go through past papers and exam techniques in detail. Using our interactive whiteboard, students and tutors can collaborate and work through examples together. All lessons are recorded too, so they can be watched again when it comes to revision. What’s more, our tutors are experienced with all GCSE and iGCSE exam boards. They’ll help you get the grades you deserve. How COVID-19 has affected Maths GCSE results We know how hard the pandemic has been on teens. You might be wondering what the impact has been across the country after all of this change, and we’re here to help. Let’s look at the breakdown of how things have changed compared to 2020 and before the pandemic in 2019. For grade 7 and above: GCSE results have come out higher at grade 7 and above. 28.5% in 2021 25.9% in 2020 20.7% in 2019 For grade 4 and above: Things have stayed relatively the same. - 76.9% in 2021 - 75.9% in 2020 - 67.1% in 2019 You’ll notice that grades have generally been higher overall, which could be down to a few different factors: - Teachers may have leaned more towards students’ favour when averaging grades from results across the different assessments that students had to complete, compared to the typical exams at the end of the year. - Students who would like to appeal their grade are able to, with an extra option to resit in the autumn. How COVID-19 has impacted the use of Maths GCSE tutors Maths GCSE tuition has generally gone up compared to before the pandemic, with many students opting for extra support with their studies. Changes in schooling have left many students feeling unprepared for exams, and our tutors have been on hand to help them achieve their target goals. Some key insights from 2019-2021: - 41% of parents said that they have little or no time to help their teens with schooling; those with secondary aged teens had the least time to help. - Lower income families were finding home schooling the most difficult, with 31% of them not being able to spend anything on their child’s learning in addition to online classes given by the school. - 29% of those on the highest incomes had spent more than £100, including private tutoring. - 10% of parents overall reported paying for private tutoring in the 2021 school year (online and in person). If you’re thinking about online tutoring and would like to find out more about how we can help your teen, book a free video meeting today. It’s a great opportunity to speak to one of our tutors directly to talk about your concerns and what you need before booking any lessons. Looking for something else? Head over to our GCSE Maths Revision Hub for revision guides, videos and more!

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