Secondary School Math Tuition
Find Private Home Tutors for E-Math or A-Math
A-Mathematics or E-Mathematics?
We say focus on both!
It is highly possible to get both As on your A-Mathematics and E-Mathematics if you practice enough.
Both Maths are made for different uses, Elementary Math for the everyday application of mathematics and Additional Math for higher level research work such as calculus ( Differentiation and Integration ) for understanding how the Earth, stars and planets moved with respect to each other.
Often, tuition is either E-Math or A-Math does not translate in results for each other. Both topics are largely different which is why we recommend for both Mathematics to be treated as separate subjects even in private tuition.
But wait a minute, why not group tuition? Why take private tuition for mathematics?
Why Private tuition for Secondary Mathematics?
Why Private Tuition and not Group Classes?
The quality of a private tuition lesson is better than group classes because firstly, all attention is focused on your child.
Especially for subjects like math which are very methodological. A tutor is required to observe the thought process and steps that a child take in solving a problem to comprehend their skill level.
Lastly, the relationship between a private tutor is definitely closer than group tuition. A tutor can constantly provide reasonable challenges or gamify the topic to maintain the interest and competitive spirit of a child to solve those A* problems.
Isn't the school curriculum enough?
Every school’s curriculum is different, however the exam that all students take will eventually be graded by the same standards.
Unless you are confident that you are in the best Secondary school and that you happen to have a highly engaging teacher, it is recommended to supplement your knowledge just in case.
It is important to make sure that you learn the content from different angles so that the knowledge is understood completely instead of just being “memorised” only to be forgotten during exams.
Safeguard your future tomorrow with an investment in private tuition today.
How much does our Secondary School Math Tutors Cost?
Our tuition rates differ based on the level of subject being taught and also the qualification of the tutors.
Our O’Level Qualified Tutors are students fresh off the O’level papers.
They have recently been where you are and they will be able to relate and share their tips for acing mathematics.
Tutor’s Average Rates
Secondary School Math – $30/hr
Our A’Level Qualified Tutors are students who have taken on their A’Levels.
They are typically students taking part-time tutorship during their university free time.
Mathematics at A’Level still retain the foundation of secondary school mathematics but in a higher order.
This means that these tutors are more experienced in comprehending secondary school mathematics.
Tutor’s Average Rates
Secondary School Math – $35/hr
These tutors are the best in the market. They are ex MOE teachers or full-time tutors.
They are often responsible for creating school syllabuses in accordance with MOE guidelines and they are also trained to properly diagnose your weak points and administer targetted lessons for you.
Tutor’s Average Rates
Secondary School Math – $65/hr
Why Red Dot Secondary School Math Tutors?
At Red Dot, we value Quality over Quantity.
We rigorously screen any private tutors to make sure their documentations are accurate and their attitudes are in the right place.
Unlike other agencies who boast a large database and fast turn around time, we take our time to hand pick the most suitable candidate for your budget to ensure that your lessons are sustainable and effective.
That is why Red Dot Tutors are especially in great demand today.
How do I start booking a Secondary School Math Tutor? 🗓
You can book a tutor using the contact form on the right.
Not every request turns out in a successful tutor match.
Here are some tips to avoid a long wait for finding your perfect tutor.
✅Tip 1 Be flexible and clear with your availability
Make sure to submit as many time slots that you are available for. The lesser the available time slots, naturally the lesser the number of available tutor and the lower chance of finding the perfect tutor for you.
✅Tip 2 Be realistic with your expectations and budget
Cheap does not equal bad. Most students will see improvement just from the mere supervision of a Private tutor and their own efforts.
Be realistic with the monthly budget you have to ensure your child has enough time to warm up to tutors vice versa and fully focus on learning instead of adapting to different tutors.
✅Tip 3 Reduce your preference and requirements
We understand that it’s normal to have preferences on who enters your own. However setting requirements on gender or subject combinations will greatly reduce the pool of available tutors, increasing your waiting time.
What happens after I book?
We will reach out to our Pool of tutors that matches the criteria in your request form.
You should expect a list of 3-5 tutors and their available schedule that you can select for your lessons after 1 week.
Are you ready to invest in your education?
Fill up the request form on the right!