Mathnasium Can Help Students Improve Their Math Grades and Skills in the New Year
Los Angeles, California January 18, 2013 Education News(PRLEAP.COM) Los Angeles, CA - Mathnasium, a premier math tutoring center with locations around the world, might be just what students and parents are looking for to boost their kids' math grades this year. With instruction available for early education, elementary school, middle school, and high school, it's never too early or too late to get some extra math help.
Math is one of the most important subjects to master in school, but it's also a subject that many people find themselves struggling to understand. Worse still, when a student gets behind in math, it becomes increasingly difficult to process new material while needing to catch up. Rather than straining to keep up, students should turn to a math learning center that can help them catch up and get ahead.
Mathnasium is an excellent resource for all students. According to an independent study by EyeCues Educational Systems, "Mathnasium and its methods [are] effective 100 percent of the time." Other studies have shown that students who were helped by Mathnasium found their skills jumped by at least one grade level, and often multiple grade levels; and, in as little as twenty sessions, students reap noticeable benefits on the math portions of their standardized tests. In addition, nearly all Mathnasium parents agreed that the tutoring center helped their students immensely in math.
Mathnasium is different from other tutoring centers. Our math tutors are dedicated instructors who customize the curriculum for each student based on his or her needs and objectives. Mathnasium's approach uses sophisticated techniques to pinpoint what the student knows and doesn't know. Then, the instructor develops a learning plan that's unique to the student. Best of all, parents have third-party proofs of progress through the child's report cards, progress reports, test scores, and standardized assessments. It's time to see what Mathnasium can do for your child. For additional information please visit, www.mathnasium.com.