Our Tutorial Programs

Because each child is unique, we provide students with flexibility and attention of a customized teaching approach.

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One-on One and Group Tutorials

This is designed for the different needs of students. The length of each tutorial session and the frequency of meetings are customized and will be arranged according to the the schedule and requirements of the students. 

Support
  • MathHub Achiever

    For students who want to do advance study and excel further in school.

    Number of sessions per week: At least once

  • MathHub Support

    For students who want to reinforce what they learn in school and maintain or improve their current school performance.  

    Number of sessions per week:  At least two

  • MathHub Reinforcement

    For students who obtained barely passing or sometimes failing grades.  

    Number of sessions per week:  At least three

Math Advancement Program

This is designed for students who want to learn math topics beyond what is being offered in their current grade or year level curriculum. Those who want to get a head start in math, to prepare for math competitions, or simply want to spend weekends and summer in a more productive activity can benefit greatly from the program.

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  • Grade School

    Arithmetic

    Word Problems

    Basic Algebra

     

     

  • High School

    Algebra

    Geometry

    Trigonometry

    Statistics

    Calculus

  • College

    Algebra

    Trigonometry

    Calculus

     

     

Singapore Math Program

Singapore Math is a teaching method that helps students to visualize and understand word problems. It increases their comprehension and let them learn logic skills. Teachers in MathHub have been trained to teach Singapore Math and have experience using such method. Students will have greater confidence in their own skills while parents will see improvements in their children’s performance in school.

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Frequently asked questions

Get in touch

Or you can email us directly at : mathhub303@gmail.com

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