Maths Tutors covering Walton on Thames
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As one of the key grades that institutions of higher learning look at when deciding who to accept, it’s essential that your child leaves school with the best result in maths that they can possibly achieve. Maths Doctor’s personalised tuition plans work alongside the lessons taught in the classroom to ensure strength in every area of the subject. To find out how Maths Doctor can help your child succeed, fill in the form on the right or give us a call on 0800 088 2820.
Education in Walton on Thames
Lying just 15 or so miles from central London, the town of Walton on Thames in northern Surrey is popular with professional and family types alike. Housing just short of 25,000 people, the regions schools perform well in terms of the number of students that are ultimately able to progress after tertiary education. Despite this however, the number of students occupying places in the areas facilities, in particular those run by the state, in many cases outweigh capacity.
Maths is important
With more and more electronic gizmos and gadgets finding their way into the hands of consumers worldwide, the need for skilled programmers and computer scientists only continues to grow day by day. The growth of these kinds of jobs has given people across the world increased access to avenues of wealth, and this growth is only expected to continue. While computer programs and apps are made using programming languages, these languages only serve to design programs that can tell the computer how to perform basic mathematical operations. The more complicated the application the more mathematics is needed. A blockbuster video game like “Call of Duty” relies upon virtually any mathematical concept you can think of, and maybe even some you’ve never heard of. But, even an app as simple as the wildly popular “Flappy Bird” – which has the user tap a screen to keep a bird aloft and away from obstacles – has to rely upon basic algebraic and geometric principles to function. So, if you’ve every fancied yourself developing the next killer app – and reaping the financial reward that comes along with it – then a strong education and background in mathematic principles is essential.