It’s March and you’re looking for GCSE Maths tuition to support your child? Are you doing it in the hope it works out that your child improves their chances of getting a better grade? Is it something that will work out the way you hope it will? Are these questions you are battling with when deciding what to do in this situation?
Ideally, we would say to start GCSE Maths tuition a lot earlier than in March, that’s for sure! Is it worth paying our hourly rates for the next 2 months in the hope of getting to a child’s potential? It all depends on whether your child wants to improve and therefore with the right mindset and growth mentality – one can have a great chance of improving their grades.
We’ve been able to work with students who have just finished their MOC exams in January and felt they were way below the grade and have in the past seen many pupils move from a C or even a D grade to then ending up with an A and sometimes A* by putting in the hours and working hard to get what they felt was what they were capable of. So there have been plenty of examples in the past where students have gone from despair to jubilation in a matter of months.
We have also seen students who were predicted a D and then sought GCSE Maths tuition to then get a C grade which is what they were after in the first place. There have been cases where pupils just couldn’t manage to improve on their predicted grades.
With the recent changes to the curriculum, we have had more demand for GCSE Maths Tuition as the challenge of the GCSE’s has increased. With more problem-solving in the GCSE examinations, parent’s are looking for tutors that specialise in problem-solving at a GCSE level and so our service has been ideal for them.
One thing we insist on with our pupils is having the right mindset. You are not fixed in your ability, but need to work hard to make the gains in Maths. Are you ready to grab the grade you want?
If you are looking for GCSE Maths tuition, we feel we are in the ideal position to support your children. Contact us to find out how to support your child.