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Struggling with math is common for students of all ages. Falling behind in high school can lead some students to think they should just opt to drop any additional math. We know that excelling in math will help open so many opportunities in college and beyond. Reaching out for help with an excellent math tutor can keep those opportunities open.
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Math Tutoring Can Make the Difference for You
Attaining good math scores in your classes and on your AP and college entrance examinations will require you to do more than basic rote memorization.
When universities are making decisions about admissions, one of the key components of your application is your academic record. In order to gain admission to the top schools in the U.S., you will need to take rigorous courses in math and do well in them. Many students struggle with math, and getting tutoring early is important so that you learn the concepts, take them into each progressive class, and get top grades in advanced courses. With math tutoring, you may also improve your corresponding math subtest scores on the SAT or ACT.
Expertise at Going Ivy
Going Ivy is made up of graduates of some of the top universities in the country, including the Ivy League schools. We are a team of expert consultants and tutors who take a holistic approach to helping each one of our students individually. We can start by assessing your strengths and the areas on which you need work. We will then devise a tailored program that is geared toward helping you to achieve your best grades and scores. By working one-on-one with you throughout your educational process, we may be able to help you to get top grades in your math classes, including those that are advanced placement courses. Our tutors are experts in the subject areas in which they tutor, including algebra, geometry, trigonometry and calculus.
How Math Tutoring Can Help
While it is best to start with math tutoring as early as possible, you can still derive some benefit from it even in your advanced courses. Some children may need tutoring in math as early as second grade. Even if you have always done fairly well at math, you may need help in high school with your more difficult math coursework such as advanced placement courses and dual-credit classes. The goal should be attaining the best grades in your classes as well as to internalize the information.
Attaining good math scores in your classes and on your AP and college entrance examinations will require you to do more than basic rote memorization. With tutoring, we can help you to discover how you arrived at your answers and why the answers make logical sense. You will, of course, need to learn formulas, but understanding how those formulas work and why they do is just as important as simply plugging in the numbers.
The National Center for Education Statistics reports that only 9 percent of U.S. students are top performers in math as compared to 13 percent of students in the 34 countries included in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. Top performers in math have superior math reasoning and literacy skills. The underperformance of U.S. students in mathematics points to the need for improvements in math instruction as well as for expert tutoring.
A study that was conducted in the 1980s with students who had received math tutoring as well as students who did not showed that those who received tutoring had scores that were two standard deviations higher than those who did not receive one-on-one tutoring. In the study, those students who were tutored in math outscored 98 percent of their peers in the control and mastery groups. This demonstrates the benefits that you might receive from getting tutoring in math.
Going Ivy Can Give You the Edge
One problem that some students have with math is that they approach it out of a sense of dread. By reframing how you view the subject, you may learn that you actually enjoy it. Math is very similar to puzzles. If you can learn how to make it fun, improving your understanding and literacy of math can also help you in a variety of different areas such as physics and chemistry. While part of your goal should be on getting the best grades that you can and the top test scores in your math classes, it is also important that you become a lifelong learner and understand the importance of mathematics in how the world functions.
When you choose Going Ivy to help you with your math tutoring, you will have the benefit of working one-on-one with a subject matter expert. Our tutors have achieved top scores and grades in a variety of math subjects and are able to help you to digest complex concepts. They indeed make it fun, and the added benefit is you can see where their top scores have taken them. Many of our tutors are undergraduate and graduate students at top universities.
We can start by helping you whether you are just entering high school or have already completed a couple of years. We will assess your unique abilities as well as the areas in which you might need additional help. By meeting with you in one-on-one tutoring sessions, we can help you to learn the important concepts while also developing high-level math reasoning skills. Our goal is to help you gain confidence in your math abilities so that you can learn and achieve your highest potential. To learn more about how the expert math tutors at Going Ivy can help you with your courses and with preparing for the math sections of the SAT and ACT, call us today and schedule your appointment.