There's lots of what I want to say about maths. Question is, will you dare to read it?

What does this mean? What am I up to? Well, just trying to satisfy the huge demand of enquiries about (mostly) GSCE maths tuition (probably as a result of the changes with 9-1, but I assure you, it's not so horrendous as it looks like =)
So now you can join me weekly online and ask anything you want to know about GSCE maths for just a little money you would pay otherwise for a one to one tuition.

"Yeeees!" I hear many of you agree with the title. And this article is exactly for you, guys, to show you maybe a little bit different perspective. And to tell you something about broccoli... =)

It's not only when talking about maths, it's a question for every subject you learn in school: what's the right balance in terms of homework?
The one thing is certain, it's not easy to answer and it's definitely not one-size-fits-all type of answer.

I have recently started to tutor in the tuition centre besides my private local and online students.
What are the advantages and disadvantages of learning in the group in the tuition centre? Let's see...

If you have 4 pencils and I ate 7 apples, how many pancakes will fit on the roof?
Purple, because aliens don't wear hats.
Is this the way how you see maths? Then you probably won't crack up while being told a maths joke. But are there really some funny ones? Even for non-mathematicians?
Yes they are - I've done the research for you - prepare to laugh =) (At least a bit.)