How can we become a successful math performer? Math exam and success, are they compatible? We have been working hard with Chantel. This hard labor has paid off. She exceeded and scored 92/100 in maths. Great job!
Success, success, success!
When she began her journey at LearningAid, Chantel was already a great student with a respectable score of 70/100. Don’t get me wrong, the goal is not to nurture competition against others, yet a competition to improve oneself.
Chantel is a little girl aged of 12 and has been struggling with academics. She nevertheless managed to overcome the class difficulties and looking forward she worked hard, always keeping good humor and positivity.
The recipe of a math exam success are multiple:
A great stamina to follow instruction and execute timely.
Ability to learn mathematics by doing and repeat exercises while finding various solutions to resolve a problem
Always understand the “why” and the “how” of a math problem. For each problem, there is one or several solutions
and eventually, make mistakes, fail fast and repeat until we understand the math problem statement
Mathematics is the funniest discipline if we take it as a game, a brain game to challenge your understanding and logic.
Patient, nurturing tutor! Previously my son was in Learning Lab because he had difficulties learning Maths. The situation worsened as he was placed in a all girls' class where everyone was ahead of him. Since then, he hated maths and refused to enrol in any other enrichment class. I needed a tutor who could ignite the maths interest in it. Zareena managed to encourage and promote the interest in him. Now he enjoys Maths so much that he is almost nearly full marks on test each time. For me, i'm just happy to see him happy.
Thank you, Ms Zareena, for taking the time and effort to analyse and address my daughter's difficulties with her Math. Your encouragement and tutelage has helped her become more confident to strive for good results..