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Our Maths Tutors

Finding a maths tutor through us is easy. Once you've made your request we reach out to all of the maths tutors in your area and find someone who perfectly matches your requirements. Our goal is to ensure that your course of lessons runs as smoothly as possible, so we look for a tutor who can fit in with your schedule, and someone who lives relatively close to you. You can also request online tuition if that makes the logistics easier.

Why a Blue Tutors Maths Tutor?

The majority of our tutors are from Oxford or Cambridge University where they were taught by some of the leading mathematicians in the world. The result is a passion for maths and a deep understanding of the subject which they want to pass on to their students. Your maths tutor is likely to be a maths graduate or have a science degree with a strong maths element such as physics, engineering or economics and he/she will be able to show how maths is used in the real world, and the value of studying it.

A Maths Tutor to Suit You

We have a diverse group of maths tutors; some are very experienced and some are recent graduates. We encourage you to tell us which type of tutor you think would work best. Some people prefer a young maths tutor who might empathise better with a school student, and others look for a tutor who has years of experience. The choice is yours. GCSE maths tutors and A Level maths tutors are the most demanded levels, but we cover every level from primary school to degree level. The academic excellence of our maths tutors means that we can help you with any level and any subject: mechanics, statistics or pure maths. Below is a random selection of three of our maths tutors.

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    • Matthew de Brett
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        • PhD
        • Engineering
        • University of Cambridge
        • 2020
        • MEng
        • Mechanical Engineering
        • University of Bristol
        • 2016
      1. Private Tuition: 50 hours
    • Hi, I'm Matt and I'm studying for a PhD in Engineering. My research is about reducing noise and vibration in cars, which means I'm well placed to teach Maths and Physics up to a high level.
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    • Daniel Friar
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        • Masters
        • Computational Statistics and Machine Learning
        • University College London
        • 2017
        • Degree
        • Physics
        • University of Oxford
        • 2014
      1. Private Tuition: 75 hours
      2. University Applications: 50 hours
    • I am a Masters student in Computer Science and Statistics at UCL. I have a first class Bachelors Degree from Oxford in Physics and have been have been tutoring A level and GCSE Maths and Physics in my.....
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    • Jennie Han
    • Full Profile
        • Degree
        • Medicine
        • Oxford University
        • 2019
      1. Private Tuition: 30 hours
      2. University Tutoring: hours
      3. University Applications: hours
    • Hi, I'm currently a fifth year medical student at Christ Church. I've always been interested in science, and I have been the President of Oxford University Scientific Society and the Editor-in-Chief o.....
  1. "I am happy with the work that Tom is doing and I think he is a very professional and effective teacher."
  2. Daisy, Dartford