Free Tutoring for
Maths & Physics
Do you have any questions you have about what you’re learning in science or maths class?
Our team is here to help any students who identify as women in Years 11 – 13, studying NCEA Maths (with Calculus) or Physics.
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Drop in Sessions
How can we help?
Do you have a specific maths/science question you are stuck on? Send a question to our team and we can provide you with support.
If you would like to chat about what you’re learning in class or what engineering is like, you can book in a 20 minute or 45 minute long virtual session with one of our tutors.
Drop-in Study Hubs
These sessions are run throughout the academic year at various locations throughout Auckland. Keep an eye out on this page for more details.
External Exams Revision
We will be running free, in-person revision sessions for the Level 3 Calculus and Physics Externals, held at the Faculty of Engineering or virtually, depending on Auckland alert levels.
Keep an eye out on this page for more details.
End of Year Externals coming up?
Join us online for our intensive revision sessions for NCEA Level 3 Physics and Calculus Externals with tutors who have been through and aced it!
We will be covering past exam questions for all levels – Achieved, Merit and Excellence and revising content in small groups. Please feel free to bring along any questions you may have.
Our sessions were extremely popular, but if you missed out don’t worry! As part of the sessions one of our tutors worked through past exams questions in each topic, and we have recordings of some of those sessions available for you to watch.
Click on the link below to see if there are any that will help you!
Meet some of our tutors
“I have a passion for all things tech! I chose software engineering because of the people and community that it offers (also because I think an engineering degree sounds cool). I’m not just a nerd though; I also like photography and running so I’m not just a programmer. “
“The reason I like engineering is that I can use my skills in maths and physics in a real-world application. I really enjoy the structural engineering discipline, and one day I want to be able to walk around and see the structures I played a part in designing.”
“I love learning about biomaterials! When I’m not studying, you can find me training with the uni cheerleading team, at the board game cafe, or indulging in one of my “grandma hobbies” (baking, knitting, crochet, sewing, and quilting).”
“I love art, painting, sewing, visual design, you name it! What I love about engineering is that I can utilise my creativity alongside my passion for math and science. It’s the best of both worlds!”
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