Hi there, I'm Veronika. As an online maths tutor, my job is to teach you ninja maths moves to prepare you for your exams and make sure you achieve your dream grades! Usually, the majority of my students are studying GCSE or A-level maths (including National 5 and Scottish Highers), however, I have years of experience teaching everyone from primary to degree and also Special Education Needs (SEN) students. Whatever your maths learning goals - don't be shy to get in touch. I look forward to hearing how I can
PS: Even if maths is not your favourite subject, be prepared I might convince you that maths is actually pretty cool!

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Hi there! It's Veronika, Your Maths Tutor.

It's been just a couple of months since I've finally started my own Instagram page Your Maths Tutor full of funny maths memes and some other maths scribbles, tricks and so on.

I very much appreciate the enormous interest in my Insta page and I'm very much grateful for every single follower I have there. It shows me that so many of you find maths interesting or funny or just like to interact with maths in your free time - that's absolutely fabulous!

On the other hand, the huge interest in my Instagram activities started bringing way too many peculiar messages that I just can't keep answering all over every single time one lands in my inbox.
So, I decided to give you some brief guide on the most common questions and my likely answer to it. If you've gotten to this page through the link I've sent you in the message, please read through as your answer is somewhere here =)

This saves me time so I can do more maths stuff as I'm a busy bee - and I'm sure you all appreciate it more than if I'd be buried under a ton of messages answering repeatedly to every single one.

Let's get the list then:

1) Hi [nothing more]
Well, hi to you back =)

2) [throws some random maths question]
I'm not WolframAlpha to spit out a calculation as you wish. Starting with "Hi, may I please ask you..." will more likely get you an answer from me.

3) Hi, may I ask you a question?
Sure, just ask, you don't need my permission. Although bear in mind that there are types of questions that have a universal answer - see some common examples below.

4) Hi, can you help me with [throws some random maths question]
Most likely I can but most likely I won't do it for free. Please send me an email with your maths enquiries so we can discuss it further.

5) What's your name?
You should know my name by now if you've read this article from the beginning. Also, a good hint is my email address that I have out there as my preferred way of communication about maths enquiries.

6) Where are you from?
This is quite irrelevant, what matters possibly more is what curriculum I'm used to teaching. It's the British national curriculum I teach mostly as I live in the UK.

7) Can you post this meme? [sends random meme]
If I like it and it's maths-related or at least teaching-related, I may post it. I don't post all memes even if I may like them if I don't feel that they would be a good fit to my page.

8) [asks a silly question]
Think again whether you really need to know my age, my relationship status, what did I have for dinner and if I ever cry. If you really need to know, then I'm sorry, but you'll have to live without the answer.

9) Can we be friends?
I'm in default friendly with everyone. But I don't see a way to become a friend with a random person over the internet who I don't know at all. Do you?

10) [keeps throwing random questions and messages unrelated to maths, teaching or anything relevant that makes sense]
I'm sorry, try to read this guide again.

So, this is what I need to deal with time to time and I just can't keep up. As I said, I'm very much grateful for every single one of you who appreciates what I do and I do like to interact with all of you - but please, let's keep it relevant, professional and reasonable =)