Experienced and inspiring tutor, who gets results fast
I have been tutoring since 1997 and have also taught in government schools and in a private school. I believe that with very few exceptions all children can do well in and enjoy maths. The many reasons they don't do well in a class room setting range from nerves to believing they can't. Once they see for themselves that they can, their learning will take off and they will progress rapidly. My job consists largely of instilling confidence and awakening curiosity.
I know kids are confident when they are no longer worried about making mistakes, they are willing to challenge themselves and me. When finding out the truth is more important than looking good.
I base lessons on the needs of each individual student, and prefer to bring the knowledge out of a child rather than lecturing them. Let them discover things for themselves, with a bit of guidance. This lets them love what they are doing.
I grew up in Hungary and speak native level Hungarian. So I'm able to teach your child Hungarian or in Hungarian if needed.
I love playing the violin, walking, meditating, cycling, and painting.
The slots available on the system are only for guidance, if you would like a time that's not listed do get in touch and ask, I might be available. I can also give lessons over Skype, or negotiate over the price.
Eva has been teaching both of my boys who attend secondary school year 7 and year 9 for a few months now and both have improved their gradings and are either in top grade or moving towards top grade in maths. She is well liked by my boys and is able to explain things clearly and thoroughly until they have understood and can move on.
My daughter has extra-curricular maths tuition with Eva. My daughter's maths is improving all the time and in her words: 'I wish Eva was my maths teacher at school because she explains everything so clearly'.
She has taught my year 8 daughter maths since the beginning if the autumn term 2014. She says Eva is patient, tolerant and explains things really clearly. She says she wishes Eva was her maths teacher at school.