We help students succeed
We provide academic tutoring for students in New Zealand and support them through the year.
We're experienced in helping Year 7 - 13 students across New Zealand's main curriculums,
including NCEA, CIE, and IB. Our tutors have taught over 28,000+ hours of lessons.
We arrange tutors for students according to every student's individual challenges. Often, the tutor
will have faced these same challenges in the past.
During lessons, we'll diagnose where the gaps are, and work with the student to fill them to achieve
Flexible times, we come to you
High school can be a busy time and we'll happily work around co-curricular
activities so you won't have to worry about things like soccer training or
piano practice interfering with lessons.
If you're in Auckland or Wellington, lessons can take place at your
home or a local public library. Online lessons are available
for students nationwide.
For most of our students, we usually recommend weekly lessons for our students.
1 hour weekly at Year 7 - 10 for each subject requiring help
1 to 1.5 hours weekly at Year 11 - 13 for each subject requiring help
Once lessons are underway, we work closely with you and your tutor to help you
achieve your goals.
After every lesson, you'll receive a summary detailing what happened during the
lesson, areas of weakness and strength, and the recommended next steps your academic journey.
Your tutor will be on your side through the year, working with you,
and pushing you to achieve more.
Our team at HQ monitors the progress of all of our students. You will have
your own support team helping you through the year, keeping track of
progress and providing ongoing guidance.
Our mission is to help students become better versions of themselves
Every day, we work towards this by connecting students with support and advice from the
older versions of themselves.
We are one of New Zealand's largest tutoring providers, with an extensive
and passionate team of tutors and support staff.
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