Mathematics teaching in middle schools not only includes classroom teaching but also includes after-class tutoring, final exams, extracurricular competitions, and others. These activities are an effective complement to classroom teaching and form an organic whole with classroom teaching. At present, the above activities are not very good, especially after-class tutoring. Many students often seek guidance after class, and many teachers often take the initiative to give guidance to students after class, but both sides are not satisfied. What are the reasons for this? It is undoubtedly of great value to clarify this problem.