EXPERT MATHS TUITION AT GCSE, A-LEVEL AND BEYOND
Do you hate maths? Do you often get the right answer to maths problems without really understanding how or why? Or are you an already competent mathematician but looking to push your skills further? If so then Barney can help.
A Countdown champion, Barney Maunder-Taylor scored his win on the T.V. show in 2010, and his Countdown winner's teapot stands amongst his proudest possessions. But his love of the lighter side of mathematics is backed up by serious qualifications: he has a first in maths from Oxford University.
Bournemouth based maths tutor Barney has years of experience at showing how maths can be simple, straightforward and even fun. Whether you're studying for GCSE, A-level, or even at University, you'll see how Barney combines enthusiasm, energy and expertise.
- Personalised lesson plans.
- All major syllabuses covered ...
- ... and delighted to discover and explore new courses and syllabuses!
- GCSE maths tuition, A-level maths tuition and beyond in Bournemouth and parts of Poole.
- Enhanced CRB check.
- Expert GCSE maths tutor and A-level maths tutor.
Private maths tutor Barney is based in Bournemouth, where he lives with his young family. Read through the testimonials below, and then give him a ring. There's no obligation and he'll be happy to discuss how he can help you achieve your goals in maths.
Barney is an amazing maths tutor. You cannot help but be inspired by Barney's enthusiasm and energy, which are infectious and tremendously motivating. Not only did Barney give Tom the skills and confidence to pass his exams, which meant that he got a place at Amsterdam University, but he also made Tom's lessons interesting; he actually enjoyed doing maths at 8pm on a weekday night!
THE WELLS FAMILY, 'I.B.' (A-level equivalent) 2010-11
After speaking to Barney we have never looked back! He has a great method of teaching, with a kind nature and positive approach. Charlotte's confidence has increased dramatically thanks to Barney and she has now gone on to study 'A' level Maths at sixth Form.
N. ALCOCK (daughter's predicted grade: 'B', achieved: 'A') 2010-11
My University course requires a heavy understanding of maths ranging from matrices, algebra, trigonometry, set theory, vectors etc. Not only was Barney able to get me from a GCSE level of understanding of maths to achieving a first (the highest grade) for my maths exam, but he was able to do so in a clear and concise way. I would also leave with great notes to review and revise with.
C. WETHERLY, Computer Animation at Bournemouth University 2011
Sorry for the delay in sharing my news at passing my Maths Exam - Yay! Thankyou so much for your support, I couldn't have done it without you. Carrying the 'gremlins of maths' all my life, although I hate to admit - I actually started to enjoy it!
L. HALL, passed Adult Numeracy 2010.