Don’t want to go into to much detail on the main forum but if anyone here is a GCSE/A-Level maths teacher could you pm need some help will pay for your time as well (looking for about 2 hours of your time)

Cheers in Advance

p.s. if you know anyone that is and wants to make a little cash in hand let me know…

Nope.

But you might as well come clean with problem. There are a lot of areas that people have knowledge in/with that are not necessarily just the province of maths teachers.

I’m not a teacher but I DID a level maths (not that long ago pffft) so would be happy to help?

Alternatively there’s a forum called The Student Room which has academic help areas that I used a lot at college

hth

I have many friends doing A-level maths and am in contact with many A-level math teachers (Maths, Further Maths, Statistics and Mechanics) so I could potentially help, if indirectly.

I did get a ‘B’ in GCSE maths. Does that offer any help?

+1 Maths/Physics background. Might be able to lend some advice.

it’s not for me it is for my other half she has loads of test next week and needs some help on various different aspects…

it is an access course at college so it is A-level level but not the whole A-level shabang if you understand what I mean

would like to get someone it to sit with her for a few hours if possible

going to bump this up a bit now as it is day time, so would anyone like to come forward and offer their services?

Any idea what topics need to be covered? I don’t want to commit myself unless I turn up and can’t remember the most important bit!

just maths mate thats it. things like fractions, decimals adding them dividing them that kinda thing

Is that what they call A Level maths these days?:crazy:

I was expecting you to say calculus and statistics etc

Aaargh calculus … rather have teeth pulled.

Well done and good luck to anyone that can get their head round all that tho.

i’m sure all that will follow at the moment it is just basic (I say thy with a wide birth) stuff.

ha ha yes my thoughts exactly. Plussing and minussing and a bit of dividing and timesing is all you need, but if you want A levels maths then OK…They told me that ‘You need A level maths’ bullSh1t to be a Chartered Engineer, which I am, what a load of 'kin bollards. Not much help I know

I’ve done, and know people who’ve done, A-level and gcse maths tutoring. No actual teachers, though.