Mathematics A, B, C and D

Math? What should I do with it or what's in it for me? Questions that are asked regularly. Whatever the answers to these questions may be, unfortunately it won't make you any better at math; so this won't help you any further.

Mathematics is a struggle for many. This is not only due to the way in which the subject is taught, but also because of the stigma that rests on the subject: it is difficult, abstract and tedious! This prejudice, the stigma, along with the often one-sided or unclear explanation, is a big part of your problem. And not the math itself! Maybe it helps if you know that a lot of people have or have had trouble with math and that you are not alone. But that didn't help you.

Mathematics as a compulsory subject
In addition – no matter how annoying it is – you cannot escape the subject of mathematics; exceptions. It is a compulsory subject for most students and comes back in the form of statistics in 85% of follow-up studies.

So what remains is to look the 'monster' called mathematics in the eye. Which means as much as getting started with it. But in a different way than you've done so far! You can read here how we do that.

Questions about our math tutoring
If you have any questions about the method or approach of our mathematics tutoring, please contact us. Or try a free trial lesson.

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