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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

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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

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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

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Maths Doctor wins Private Tutoring Company of The Year

Maths Doctor is very proud to have received the award for Private tutoring company of the year at last night’s Education Investor Awards. We fought off...(read more)

Posted by Morwenna Evans on Friday 14 November 2014

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The changing maths curriculum: what does this mean for your child?

With the changes initiated by Michael Gove due to filter through into the maths GCSE system in this country, the changes to teaching must be considered....(read more)

Posted by Maths Doctor on Tuesday 06 January 2015

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Maths Mastery in 2015

Welcome back to a New Term - and a very happy new year to you all! The Spring Term is in full swing and this is the time that many parents look at where...(read more)

Posted by Maths Doctor on Monday 12 January 2015

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Want to make money? Study maths!

What a difference a paycheck makes! University of Birmingham study shows students 39% more likely to study maths at A-level when they know the financial...(read more)

Posted by Maths Doctor on Tuesday 20 January 2015

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5 benefits of online tuition

Live online tuition is a great alternative to traditional, face to face, tuition and in our experience the preferred method of learning for many students....(read more)

Posted by Maths Doctor on Tuesday 27 January 2015

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A maths problem: 5 reasons people hate maths

Market research company, Ipsos 2005 study found that 4 out of 10 Americans hated maths, which, when you think about it is quite a considerable majority...(read more)

Posted by Maths Doctor on Tuesday 03 February 2015

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12 Top Tips For Exam Day

It's the countdown to exams and many hours have been spent madly revising. Whilst covering the content is important, you also need to make sure you are...(read more)

Posted by Maths Doctor on Wednesday 13 May 2015

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