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7 of the best paid maths careers

This summer saw maths overtook in English as the most popular A-level subject for the first time in ten years, suggesting more students than ever will...(read more)

Posted by Jeanne Lu on Tuesday 09 September 2014


What is the "cost of parenting"?

With an ever-increasing variety of after-school activities on offer to school-age children, Maths Doctor considered the varying cost implications for parents....(read more)

Posted by Maths Doctor on Monday 08 September 2014



Welcome to the first edition of Mathemagic! This post will describe some magic tricks you can perform using any objects you can find. I’ve used animals...(read more)

Posted by Hannah McDowell on Friday 05 September 2014


How good are you at maths?

Thousands of adults are clueless about basic maths - with 42 per cent admitting they often struggle with even the most basic sums, according to a new survey...(read more)

Posted by Hannah McDowell on Thursday 04 September 2014


The cost of maths tuition in the UK

We often reach out to students, customers and potential customers of our service. Over the last year I have been speaking to many potential customers...(read more)

Posted by Rahim Hirji on Wednesday 03 September 2014


How to prepare your child for tutoring

Many parents are turning to tuition in order to help boost their child’s confidence in a particular subject or to achieve a desired grade. One-to-one tutoring...(read more)

Posted by Hannah McDowell on Tuesday 02 September 2014


How to get an A in maths GCSE

An A grade in maths GCSE can be a highly useful resource from which you can access higher education and lucrative job opportunities. However, many students...(read more)

Posted by Hannah McDowell on Monday 01 September 2014


How to predict the premiership

With the football season nearly upon us we thought it’d be a good idea to have a go at predicting what we could see over the coming season. There’s a whole...(read more)

Posted by Edward Terry on Friday 15 August 2014


Eight million pupils expected to be in school by 2023

School places in populous locations have become increasingly sought-after in recent years, and worryingly, research shows these places are set to become...(read more)

Posted by Morwenna Evans on Thursday 24 July 2014


‘Maths Hubs’ come to London schools

Six schools in London are to be the hosts of a new government initiative to improve mathematical ability among Brits. As part of a determination to increase...(read more)

Posted by Morwenna Evans on Tuesday 22 July 2014