ALevel Maths and Further Maths Tutor
John Armstrong (A Level Maths Tutor and Site Creator)
Hi. I'm John Armstrong; site creator and experienced classroom teacher and tutor of ALevel Maths and Further Maths and creator of "The Ultimate Study Tool for ALevel Maths". I have now successfully helped hundreds of students from across the world across all of the main exam boards (OCR, Edexcel, AQA and Cambridge International) achieve their goals. You can find out more about me and my tutoring approach in the information below.
John Armstrong BSc.(Hons) MSc. PGCE
A Level Maths Tuition Prices
You will notice that my advertised rates are higher than those of many other tutors. Please expand the “About My Prices” menu below for more information about why this is the case.

A Level Maths Tuition £GBP 95/hour
Tuition for all of the main UK ALevel Maths syllabuses and the iAL (International A Level) Maths, including Pearson Edexcel and Cambridge International.

A Level Further Maths Tuition £GBP 95/hour
Tuition for all of the main UK ALevel Further Maths syllabuses and the iAL (International ALevel) Further Maths.

Mathematical University Entrance Exams Coaching £GBP 95/hour
Tuition for university entrance exams such as STEP, TMUA and MAT.
These rates reflect my many years of experience in teaching A Level Maths and Further Maths both in the classroom and through online tutoring, my qualifications and, more importantly, the results my students achieve through a partnership of both mine and their hard work and dedication. Each lesson includes:
 An hour of onetoone tuition from me, John Armstrong, the creator of ALevelMathsRevision.com, an experienced teacher of A Level Maths and Further Maths with exam board marking experience;
 Expert advice on exam technique and how to “target the marks” in an exam situation on a topicbytopic basis;
 Tailormade resources to complete as homework that complement the learning process and further embed any newly learned material.
If you want to book a lesson or are unsure about whether onetoone tuition is for you, please get in touch using the contact form below to organise an interactive online demonstration of how interactive, engaging and effective onetoone tuition can be.
Key Information (Click Item To Expand)
In order to help you decide whether my online A Level Maths and Further Maths tutoring is the right thing for you, I have provided as much information as possible about myself and how my tuition works in the expanding menus below.
A Bit About Myself…
My name is John Armstrong and I am a fully qualified and experienced tutor and classroom teacher of A Level Mathematics and Further Mathematics. I also tutor university entrance exams such as STEP, TMUA and MAT.
As you can probably see from the sheer amount of A Level Maths and Further Maths resources on my site, I am passionate about students having access to the best resources. Take a look, just for example, at the A Level Maths exam questions by topic that I have collated, my A Level Maths revision notes or the equivalent for A Level Further Maths or my proudest achievement resourcewise: The Ultimate Study Tool for A Level Maths; I am absolutely dedicated to delivering the best for my own (and all other) students.
I have been professionally tutoring on a onetoone and small group basis for many years now, refining and perfecting my approach over my many years of experience. My classroom teaching experience is mainly in Sixth Form Colleges teaching A Level Maths, Further Maths and preparing students for entrance exams such as STEP, MAT, TMUA among others.
My Tutoring Approach and Philosophy
When it comes to A Level Maths and Further Maths, high grades come with hard work. In all my teaching experience, it is always the students that put the most work in that get the best grades. As an A Level Maths tutor, it is my job to help you thoroughly understand the material, giving you the knowledge, selfconfidence, and of course, the resources required to practice what we go through in sessions and, ultimately, get the grades. I will help you to uncover which areas need work and will guide you through exactly what approach is needed to get the best grades in A Level Maths.
My Academic and Professional Background
I am a fully qualified teacher of mathematics holding a PGCE and Qualified Teaching Status in the UK. My degree is in Mathematics and Computer Science and I hold a Master’s degree in Applied Mathematics in which I was awarded a “distinction” grade.
A tutor can perform many roles. As an A Level Maths tutor, I have to be able to adapt to whatever your individual needs and circumstances might be. From my years of experience, I firmly believe that a good A Level Maths tutor must be able to perform any of the following roles depending on the needs of the student at the time:
 A subject expert: over the course of my career, I have heard many stories from my students who had previously taken on tutors who were very good and accomplished mathematicians (university lecturers or PhD students, for example) but who didn’t have an indepth knowledge of the A Level syllabuses which they tutored. Knowing the syllabuses insideout: their idiosyncrasies, how the marking guidance has developed over the years, the differences between syllabuses is key and fundamental knowledge for an A Level Maths tutor to be effective. An effective tutor should be adding value by giving students sound, expert guidance on how to improve both subject knowledge and technique ultimately leading to a boost in exam performance. A tutoring session should not simply consist of the tutor and student muddling through questions together session hoping that an improvement will be seen.
 A teacher: a tutor may have all the above attributes but, to be effective, an A Level Maths tutor must also be skilled in being able to impart this knowledge upon their students. An effective A Level Maths tutor should have experience in both teaching and delivery to be able to engage and deliver content in a way that you understand. A wellpractised classroom teacher of A Level Maths will be able to recall at a moment’s notice all of the content required and be able to instantly help students with any problems they may be facing.
 A mentor: it is important that you choose an A Level maths tutor who can help motivate and drive you to success; a tutor who can get to know not just your mathematical strengths and weaknesses, but actually get to know you as a person and truly understand what makes you tick. Such a tutor will be better at helping you do what needs to be done to achieve your full potential in A Level Maths.
Should you want more detail, I have written an article on “What To Expect From a Good A Level Maths Tutor” which you can read by clicking here.
Is An Online A Level Maths/Further Maths Tutor for You?
I have written this to present you with all the facts about online tuition so that you can decide whether the online A Level Maths and Further Maths tuition I offer is suitable for you or your son/daughter. I hope to answer a few questions you are probably asking yourself. If I have missed anything, please do email me and I will add your question to this list.Q1: Is online tuition as interactive as inperson tuition?
The short answer is yes; when done properly with the right technology then it certainly is! I have been tutoring online for many years now and have tried and tested many different methods and have an excellent knowledge of the software available, having settled on what works best.
With the right equipment (i.e. a touchscreen tablet with a stylus or an ordinary laptop with a USB graphics tablet) the experience can be as authentic as if the tutor and student are sat next to each other; with an open audio channel on Zoom and a webbased shared whiteboard, the tutor and student can see and hear each other and, importantly, see what the other is writing in real time, as shown in the excerpt from one of my online tutorials in the video below.
So to summarise, if you have the correct equipment, geographical distance will not be a limitation to you getting the right tutor for you. Without a tablet and stylus, however, I would suggest that the experience would not be as authentic and that a local inperson tutor may be better.
Q2: I have the right equipment but how do I know if my son/daughter will engage with tuition?
Try it out. You’ll be surprised. As a tutor I certainly do not want to provide students with a service that is not going to be of benefit to them. For that reason, I have a policy whereby I say that after the first session, don’t pay me for it if you don’t want to continue. The last thing I want is for people to be paying for something that isn’t of benefit to them. I’m pretty confident, however, after the first session that you will be surprised at how productive and worthwhile students find the experience.
Q3: Do you set work between sessions?
Yes! Work done between sessions consolidates what was done in the tutorial session and is equally as important, if not more so, than what happens in the session.
Q4: You seem to charge more than other tutors. How do you justify that?
My rates (see the prices tab) are a reflection of both my classroom experience, my experience onetoone tutoring, the time and effort that goes into the topquality resources I produce to use in tutorial sessions and the grades my students obtain as a result of all of this. Furthermore, the support does not end at the end of the session; I am happy to answer any questions my students have via WhatsApp between sessions.
Q5: Do I have to commit to a certain number of lessons?
No. We take it lessonbylesson.Q6: Why is there a myth that online tuition is less effective than inperson?
Until recently, the technology just wasn’t there in order to make online lessons effective. Many tutors tried to pass off longwinded verbal explanations off as being tutoring, thus giving online tuition a bad reputation. I am happy to say that my online lessons are far more interactive, harnessing the power of all of the best available technology in order to create a session which is as interactive (if not more interactive) than an inperson lesson. In fact, online tuition has some significant advantages over in person tuition:






 The student has the comfort of taking part in the lesson in the space they feel most comfortable.
 You can access to the tutor that is best for your needs; geographic separation is no longer a limitation.
 A tutor is able to see exactly what the student is writing on the screen in front of them and vice versa, meaning there is no awkward “looking over shoulders” or “hand getting in the way of the piece of paper while writing.





I am confident that after a session, students will see the value of online tuition and want to continue. And if I’m wrong, don’t worry! Simply don’t pay for it.
In order for the sessions to be truly interactive, the student needs to have access to the technology that will make this possible. Many students have such technology without even realising it!
 A good, stable internet connection is essential to ensure that the session runs smoothly. Uninterrupted dialogue is essential to ensure that learning takes place.
 A tablet (e.g. iPad, MS Surface or Touchscreen Laptop) with stylus or a graphics tablet attached to your computer is used in conjunction with cuttingedge and simpletouse whiteboard software which enables me to see what you are writing in realtime, allowing me to demonstrate, explain and mark your work as you produce it.
And that is everything! As long as you have access to both of the above then online tuition is as interactive, personal and effective as inperson tuition.
As an A Level Maths tutor and an experienced classroom teacher of A Level Maths, I have seen many different reasons why a parent would want a A Level Maths tutor. However, choosing a tutor with the right approach is always a worry and it can seem like a daunting task. I will now outline some common scenarios, one or more of which will probably ring true. Each individual student needs a personalised approach as each personality is different, however, in order to give you an idea roughly of the approach that should be taken by a tutor in a range of circumstances, let me give a few case studies of the different types of students and how a tutor may help.
Example Student #1: Underconfident and Scared To Ask For Help In Class
Student Profile
Laura (a hypothetical student) lets things get on top of her; she feels she understands most things to an extent in class but when it comes to things she doesn’t understand, she rarely asks the teacher. The thought of asking about something she doesn’t understand while everyone is watching sends shivers down her spine. And there are many more students like Laura; it is extremely common for A Level Maths students feel like this. They shouldn’t; we as teachers are here to help. However, the fact remains that some students don’t like to ask questions in class. And as a result they end up slowly falling behind.
My Approach as a Tutor
In my experience, these traits very common. In this situation, the key to getting a student back on track is to thoroughly assess at the earliest opportunity. But the word” assess” can induce a lot of anxiety. The first thought that comes to mind is the idea of having to do a paper in timed conditions, a situation that would leave a student who is struggling feeling useless and exposed. But it need not be that way; assessment can be gentler. Assessment can be performed concurrently with teaching. Over the years, I have found that assessment for the purpose of determining gaps in knowledge is better done during lessons using past paper questions; the approach involves concurrently discovering gaps in knowledge and supporting the student in filling those gaps. I have found this to be far more effective in the initial stages than simply setting a student off with a past paper and constantly reminding them their knowledge has gaps. The latter would be demoralising and serve no real purpose.
Once these initial gaps in knowledge are filled, I have found it particularly productive to then try to teach students slightly ahead of their class teaching schedule, getting them, say, one week ahead of what they will be learning in class so that they have the ground knowledge and confidence to ask (and answer!) questions in class.
Example Student #2: Overconfident After GCSEs and Doesn’t Practise
Student Profile
Simon (again, hypothetical) is a student who performed brilliantly in his GCSEs. An all round top grade student. However, a couple of terms into A Level Maths his grades from school seem to be slipping. Simon says that it is just a blip and that he feels he is doing well, but as a parent you are not so sure. This is yet another common scenario. Many students who have a natural ability up to about the GCSE level often find that as soon as a bit of extra work is required outside of lessons, things start to fall apart.
My Approach as a Tutor
This is yet another very common scenario, with these traits most commonly being found in boys who achieved highly at GCSE. Early intervention is the key to restoring confidence and instilling a strong work ethic that will carry them successfully through A Level. With this type of student it is imperative that the gaps in knowledge are diagnosed and that a programme of work is drawn up early on to help the student. But generating a (potentially long) list of knowledge gaps is not enough. On its own, to simply tell a student that they are behind and can be overwhelming and demotivating. The best approach is to drip feed the students the gaps in knowledge and simultaneously plug the gaps so as not to knock the student’s confidence.
Once the gaps are filled and the student is back on track, a slightly different approach is then needed. As an experienced A Level Maths tutor, at this point I would ensure that the student actually starts to get ahead of the game, teaching them the content that they are about to study in class to give them a head start will put them in a position in which they ooze confidence, but by this stage the confidence is justified.
Example Student #3: High Achiever but Terrified of Exams and Underperforms in Tests
Student Profile
This particular type of student is also very common. The pressure of exam situations always gets to them and they underperform as a result. They are a top student: they ask questions; they do the homework; they take detailed notes and spend time rewriting them out neatly; they make beautiful concise revision cards to bolster their study. But it is with these final two points where the problem lies. The student spends a lot of time doing many many things other than the thing they find most difficult: exam questions.
My Approach as a Tutor
In my time as a classroom teacher and tutor of A Level Maths and Further Maths, I find that a gentle approach to try to wean students off spending their time producing (admittedly beautiful) archives of lesson notes and fantastic revision cards. With A Level Maths and Further Maths, any classroom teacher or private tutor will tell you that to do well, the key is practice practice practice of exam questions. To change the working habits of a hardworking and diligent high achiever could be made into a battle, but it is important not to approach it this way. I have found that the confidence of such high achieving students is easily shattered and to tell them that they have been doing everything wrong up to this point would be a mistake. My approach in this situation would be to have the student to discover for themselves that there is a better way of working by gently nudging them in the right direction.
Example Student #4: Failed to Progress onto the Second Year of the Course
Student Profile
Dan struggled throughout his first year and never really seemed to get to grips with the jump between GCSE and A Level. A few weeks before the end of year tests Dan realised the mess he was in and worked harder than he’d ever worked before. But it was too late and it was not enough. He has been told that he didn’t get enough marks on his end of year test to progress to the second year, so if he wants to continue with maths he has no option but to repeat the year.
My Approach as a Tutor
With students in this scenario it is important that a tutor gets in there straight away before the student loses hope. Clearly the student’s confidence is bruised, but a good A Level Maths tutor will know that this situation can be turned round and made into a positive. In this situation, as a tutor I would capitalise on the improved work ethic that Dan exhibited towards the exam period and help him use this to his advantage. Dan has spent all of the last year feeling like he is bottom of the class but he will still have taken in a lot of the mathematics that was taught to him even if it is not currently fluent or instantly recallable, but there will be an underlying base knowledge. And provided a tutor works with Dan to keep him slightly ahead of the schedule of what he is going to be taught in class, he can go from like he felt last year (bottom of the class and behind) to feeling on top of the material and able to hold his own, achieving well in homework and class tests.
To further help you make the correct choice about whether my online A Level Maths tuition is for you, I have also written the following articles you may find useful.
If you feel you have any more questions, please feel free to get in touch by filling out an online enquiry form.
Book a Lesson
For an initial chat or to arrange a taster session to see whether online 1:1 tuition is for you, for the quickest response please fill out the following form, giving all relevant details. I will respond via your preferred contact method as soon as possible.
Alternatively, email me at john@ALevelMathsRevision.com or call me on +44 (0)203 4 888 040.
More A Level Maths Tutors
Perwez

GCSE £40/hour
All exam boards including iGCSE.

A Level Maths £50/hour
All UK exam boards.
Hi, my name is Perwez and I’m a qualified, trained (PGCE) and experienced Mathematics teacher. I’ve taught in comprehensive schools across the full age (1118) and ability range for over thirty years at both GCSE and ALevel.
As a former examiner at both GCSE and A Level, I’m able to teach to different exam board requirements. Hence my lessons are usually differentiated according to need ie the focus is on conceptual understanding of topics suggested by students or teaching to support learning at school or college.
Moreover, I make the subject matter relevant to real life when teaching, so an emphasis on problem solving – a key theme in any maths syllabus – is essential in different topics.
What about exam performance? Well, my record is exemplary, with students gaining exceptional results at every level, almost always exceeding their set target grade.
And if parents wished me to support their loved ones with supplementary learning work, I’ll be happy to do so over a given period, and check progress as necessary in subsequent lesson if required.
To book a lesson, please fill in the form by clicking the button below, specifying that you would like to contact Perwez in the additional information box.
Testimonials
5.0

William Jones
★★★★★
2 weeks ago
John helped me massively through my ALevels and provided invaluable support both as a tutor and mentor. … More The sessions were relaxed but always very productive. I’d strongly recommend John to anyone who wants to take their understanding further than their curriculum.

Jane Jones
★★★★★
2 weeks ago
John is an excellent tutor who showed a genuine interest in both of our sons. He provided honest but … More constructive feedback throughout, with great exam results to show for it. We have only good things to say about him, have recommended him to several friends, and would have no hesitation in recommending him further. You'd struggle to find a tutor or teacher more committed to mentoring young people. Thank you John.John is an excellent tutor who showed a genuine interest in both of our sons. He provided honest but constructive feedback throughout, with great exam results to show for it. We have only good things to say about him, have recommended him …More

Liberty Sinclair
★★★★★
3 weeks ago
John was a great tutor for my A level Maths. He was very organised and had a clear approach in preparing … More me for my exams. He gave me a lot of confidence and after a few sessions, the hardest questions felt much simpler. Thank you so much John for all your help!

Erika S
★★★★★
4 weeks ago
John made a real difference! He coached both my children, whose abilities and needs were quite different. … More Both children achieved their potential and enjoyed the experience! Would highly recommend!

Hannah Cahill
★★★★★
4 weeks ago
Had a really good experience of these tutor sessions. I found these extremely helpful and I would not … More have been able to achieve my maths grade without this help. Could not recommend more!

Jack Scott
★★★★★
a month ago
John was a great tutor who was friendly and really helped with my A level Maths. He made the problems … More easier to understand and supplied plenty of extra questions that I could practice on. This ultimately helped me to achieve a much better grade than I thought was possible!

Edward Rymer
★★★★★
a month ago
Had John as my maths tutor for 4 years throughout my GCSE’s and Alevels. He was an excellent tutor who … More always found a way to make complex mathematical concepts make sense in a way I’d understand.John has a great teaching style that was thorough yet engaging which made learning with him very enjoyable. John was also extremely organised as he always came to my lessons prepared with the weeks learning materials and never failed to provide extra support on topics that I struggled with. Thanks to John, my maths results were much higher than what I was hoping for and enabled me to get to my first choice university.Would highly recommend!Had John as my maths tutor for 4 years throughout my GCSE’s and Alevels. He was an excellent tutor who always found a way to make complex mathematical concepts make sense in a way I’d understand. …More

Imogen Brown
★★★★★
a month ago
Before having maths tuition, I was lacking confidence and struggling to understand the concepts required … More for GCSE maths. I found 121 tuition with John really helped build my confidence and understanding. With John’s help, I achieved a fantastic result in my exams and would highly recommend to anyone in a similar situation.

Jill Grogan
★★★★★
a month ago
John taught my daughter A Level maths. He encouraged and inspired her, gave her the confidence to succeed … More when she was feeling overwhelmed and struggling to cope with the content. A fantastic tutor, who genuinely cared about his students results. Many thx John, she got the grades required.

Ray Payne
★★★★★
a month ago
John turned our son's maths results and attitude around. Matt achieved a grade C at AS level maths … More but, having spent time with John, he subsequently got a grade A at A level. He also won the Year 13 maths prize for the ""most improved" student. Great work on both parts.

Ben Yellop
★★★★★
a month ago
John is an amazing tutor who encourages creativity and problem solving during his sessions. He was able … More to bring out the best in me and achieve my full potential in mathematics. He is dedicated to his students and without him, I would not have achieved my goals in Alevel maths. Cannot recommend his services enough.

Herman Hesse
★★★★★
a month ago
John is an outstanding maths tutor. His dynamic approach can accommodate a range of different abilities … More and learning styles. He helped me get a grade A at A level.

Dani Vinuesa
★★★★★
a month ago
John was fantastic and absolutely key in getting me through my maths A level – I achieved an A overall … More which was a big jump from the C I was predicted when my parents looked him up!Most importantly, he helped me realise my own potential and get back the confidence in my ability that I'd really lacked throughout school.The fact that I have since gone on to gain a BSc in Maths is testament to his hard work and encouragement.John was fantastic and absolutely key in getting me through my maths A level – I achieved an A overall which was a big jump from the C I was predicted when my parents looked him up! …More

Harry Baulch
★★★★★
a month ago
I would highly recommend John for any tuition needs. After searching through all available tutors in … More the area and speaking to most, John came across as the most subject knowledgeable and curriculum aware tutor.After many sessions of tuition with John, the teaching he provided was very professional and personalised to my needs, ensuring that I was confident and best prepared when completing my exams. The learning materials he provided for lessons and homework, were very relevant to the subjects I was studying.I believe the main reason I did so well in my exams that I took was because of the help that John gave me.Thanks again John, I couldn’t have done it without you!I would highly recommend John for any tuition needs. After searching through all available tutors in the area and speaking to most, John came across as the most subject knowledgeable and curriculum aware tutor. …More

Lauren Stanford
★★★★★
a month ago
John tutored me for my GCSE’s – I was in bottom set for most subjects and struggled especially with maths. … More I reached out to John for some help with how I can do better in this subject and get a good GCSE result. I was so incredibly happy with how my tutoring went with John. He made sure that he had tried all ways to make sure I understand in my head and made sure I was clear on absolutely everything – this really benefited me and grew my confidence hugely. I then got high grades in my GCSE’s and went from a predicted fail in maths to getting an A – I couldn’t have been happier. Couldn’t recommend John more. Thank you so much!John tutored me for my GCSE’s – I was in bottom set for most subjects and struggled especially with maths. I reached out to John for some help with how I can do better in this subject and get a good GCSE result. I was so incredibly happy …More

Emma Vincent
★★★★★
a month ago
Fantastic tutor who very genuinely cares about seeing your progression and success. He helped me move … More from a D/C to finally achieve an A at Alevel with targeted revision and work, ensuring that I grasped my key areas of difficulty in detailed understanding through practice and support, meaning I was eventually able to apply knowledge in a range of exam situations.Fantastic tutor who very genuinely cares about seeing your progression and success. He helped me move from a D/C to finally achieve an A at Alevel with targeted revision and work, ensuring that I grasped my key areas of difficulty in …More

Paul Masiak
★★★★★
a month ago
John tutored our daughter in A level math's. He very quickly recognised her strengths and weaknesses … More and tailored lessons to suit her needs, and at a pace she was comfortable with. Lessons were backed up with additional homework and his feedback was always constructive and positive. More than anything, he gave our daughter the confidence to believe in her own abilities, achieving the grade she needed for her chosen university. I could not recommend him highly enough.John tutored our daughter in A level math's. He very quickly recognised her strengths and weaknesses and tailored lessons to suit her needs, and at a pace she was comfortable with. Lessons were backed up with additional homework and his …More

Frances Wong
★★★★★
a month ago
John is a fantastic teacher. He truly cares about his students and always helps his students to achieve … More their best.
 Victoria Tsang ★★★★★ 11 months ago

Jess E
★★★★★
11 months ago
John is an amazing tutor. I did the Easter course at York University with him for a week and learnt so … More much that I decided to have 8 one to one tutor sessions with him on line. These work really well with an iPad and stylus. John replies to all your questions during the week too!
 Nicola Tsang ★★★★★ 11 months ago
 Carolyn Cheuk ★★★★★ 11 months ago
 Kitan Adeniji ★★★★★ 11 months ago

Oliver Shaw
★★★★★
11 months ago
At the beginning of Year 12 I was struggling with maths a lot, but after John started tutoring me my … More confidence increased massively as well as my overall understanding of the content. I also really appreciated being able to ask John for help at any time throughout the week with maths questions providing even more support. This Easter, I went to John’s Alevel revision course and it was so helpful and recapped all of the Alevel content , leaving me feeling a lot more prepared for my maths exams.

Millie Coleman
★★★★★
11 months ago
Since having John as a tutor it has really helped with my confidence and grades. Lots of resources and … More teaching styles to help if you're struggling. He's also very helpful outside of lesson time if you have any questions. Well structured lessons and great Easter revision course, would highly recommend.
 Oliver Johnson ★★★★★ 11 months ago

Zeal Rathod
★★★★★
11 months ago
John is an amazing tuition teacher, he shapes each lesson to suit individual needs. If I didn’t understand … More something, then he would try to explain it differently until I could. So much work is covered and understanding is gained in each lesson. I was able to learn each topic’s core concepts which helped me answer exams style questions more easily. If I did not have John, then my ALevels would not have gone as smoothly as they did. Fantastic help for all of the topics in maths and further maths.

Alex T
★★★★★
2 months ago
John is an amazing tutor, his methods of teaching can sometimes differ from what is taught in the classroom, … More however, it is usually a far better approach. He helped me with everything from Further Maths to the MAT and I would strongly recommend John.

Christian Willsher
★★★★★
2 months ago
So helpful! If you do the work that John sets you and put in the work you will get the results. Thank … More you John for the AMAZING help!

rosy dickinson
★★★★★
2 months ago
Professional, knowledgeable and an excellent teacher – you want results, go to John – couldn't recommend … More him highly enough!

Peter Davies
★★★★★
a year ago
John was a fantastic maths tutor whilst I was doing my Alevels. His approach was supportive and encouraging, … More taking the time to work through different topics and questions in a clear and easy to understand way. I attended one of Johns short courses leading up to my exams, which was also extremely helpful. With Johns support I was able to achieve a grade I wouldn't have otherwise been able to achieve, which helped me get into my preferred university choice to study Architecture. I would highly recommend John as a maths tutor.John was a fantastic maths tutor whilst I was doing my Alevels. His approach was supportive and encouraging, taking the time to work through different topics and questions in a clear and easy to understand way. I attended one of Johns …More

Miranda Leff
★★★★★
3 months ago
Really great teaching and a very organised course structure, we also went away with revision packs for … More ongoing work with past papers, exam questions etc as well as access to John’s online material. Very intensive course but I found that helpful!! thankyou for your hard work in putting this together.

Kian Rahimi
★★★★★
a year ago
Since I started the tuition with John I have felt far more on top of my maths, and have seen my grades … More take a massive increase. The lessons are well planned and particularly good thanks to all of the resources he has available. The revision course was also a great way to consolidate all the work throughout the year and helped me massively in achieving a top predicted grade.

Rachel McLaren
★★★★★
a year ago
I highly recommend. Very professional and accessible. John was very flexible in his approach, tailoring … More his tuition to meet my child’s needs. He made learning and enjoyable experience which in turn led to significant improvements in my son’s ability.

Christopher Lim
★★★★★
a year ago
By far the best Maths tutor I've had. His guidance during my ALevels helped me understand concepts … More and transform it into solid improvements – something rare among Maths tutors. The practices were of tremendous value and led me to grasp the syllabus from scratch. I highly encourage anyone in need of maths tuition to book a revision course/lesson.

Lucy Benn
★★★★★
a year ago
I found the one to one tutor sessions really helpful as John was able to answer any question I had on … More any topic and source exam style questions for me to tackle and work through so that I could properly understand how to do them. Also the videos on individual topics were so useful for when practicing questions on my own and revising when I got stuck as they explain each individual topic in a really straight forward manner. I would highly recommend John’s services to anyone doing alevel maths as they helped me go from Cs to an A*.

Kate Dobson
★★★★★
a year ago
I found the course really good revision as going through every topic was a good refresher and really … More helpful to then use to find weaknesses to focus on further. I think it really helped my confidence as well as I knew more on how to approach the exam questions. Doing the exam questions on the website after we had gone through the topic was helpful and I felt more confident answering them and I felt it was good revision. I found the days quite long but the regular breaks were really helpful and it was nice to get the whole course refreshed in such a short amount of time. Overall, I think the course was really useful and definitely improved my exam technique and knowledge so I felt more confident in the final assessments than I would have.

Alisha Dukovic
★★★★★
a year ago
John is an utterly amazing tutor. My daughter really struggled with Maths before starting with John. … More Her confidence was very low and she had lots of gaps in her knowledge. John was really patient and encouraging. She did really well in her GCSEs and she has also now stopped saying she is terrible at Maths.

Alice
★★★★★
a year ago
I attended the recent Yr.12 revision course. John was very thorough, well organised with excellent resources … More and explained all the content very clearly. The videos of the course will be great to use in the year ahead. Thank you John!
 Adam Leung ★★★★★ a year ago

Sophie Grogan
★★★★★
3 years ago
Highly recommend these to anyone looking to improve their grade. The tutor’s knowledge and enthusiasm … More stretches much further than teachers at school. Definitely worth doing as they cover the majority of the course with quality teaching.

Ben Brown
★★★★★
3 years ago
Did all of these before my maths A levels and helped me achieve an A* in maths and A in further maths. … More They also really took the pressure of in terms of revision as you can get the majority of it done in one day freeing up lots of time for other subjects, making the overall exam period much more manageable and structured. The tutors were much better than my maths teachers at school and their fresh insight really improved understanding. They were also really flexible and able to allocate time to target problem areas based on individual needs. Could not recommend more.

D
★★★★★
3 years ago
Really helped me when I was short of time and got me into my university of choice. Great learning environment, … More much better than the typical school class providing a more one on one teaching experience.

Jacob CampbellMapplebeck
★★★★★
3 years ago
Struggled quite a bit in my first year of Maths A Levels, and then I got in contact with John. The revision … More courses he ran and his thorough methods extremely helped me throughout my final A Level year and I was able to get the grade I needed in Maths. Highly recommendable.

Finn Bullock
★★★★★
3 years ago
Huge help across the whole maths course, highly recommended

Harry Hey
★★★★★
3 years ago
Very helpful preparation for A level maths as you cover the whole course in just 3 days, would highly … More recommend.

John Grant
★★★★★
3 years ago
Couldn’t praise highly enough. My son was struggling with A level maths which he needed for University … More and the one one tuition was invaluable.

Nazli Ates
★★★★★
3 years ago
An awesome tutor found the classes really helpful I highly recommend the sessions it was definitely useful, … More i feel closer to an A after the lessons !
 isik celik ★★★★★ 3 years ago