Mathematical Word Power

We are now facing forward 2nd semester. As I noticed, math is the hardest subject to deal. Yes, it is true to other institutions, that students had low performance in mathematics. In fact, in any examination that involves numbers, many of the students did not pass the test mathematics and some survey showed the same low performance.

My niece right now have faced this kind of difficulty in her study in Algebra 2. It became more complicated when they work on with variables and adding fractions. I can see her disappointment of the subject. Therefore, I give her an advice to study hard. Since, she has poor in mathematical background. She needs to double time and engage in tutorial lesson in order to pass the subject. Good thing, she encountered an online tutoring that help her in five essential areas like graphing linear equations, decimals, percent, fractions and measurement.

This tutorial service has been designed for K-12 to college students with special needs in math. In addition, it enhances students’ mathematical word power, to discover the importance and functionality of mathematics.

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