Month: July 2020

How to help a schoolboy “turn on” a mathematical mindset, common core math example

Some parents think only their child is lazy to learn math. Surveys show that half of them don’t fully know the multiplication table. This suggests that of the nearly 2 million schoolchildren who arrived in the first grade in 2019, about 1 million will “fall out” of mathematics and are unlikely to become talented scientists, […]

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Prep for gre test, my experience

I guess my GRE experience isn’t exactly trivial. The fact is, I registered just four days before the test. It happened so, because until the last one I expected that I wouldn’t have to pass it – I chose several programs on purpose, where passing GRE is optional, moreover, it’s an additional waste of money […]

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How to teach math 1st grade effectively

Mathematics is considered the queen of science, taught by the whole world and feared by the whole world. Did you know that over 60% of schoolchildren have problems with this subject? Algebra and geometry terrify many, not to mention control, testing and exams in these subjects. Dear moms and dads, read this report yourself and […]

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How do you learn math grade 3 from scratch on your own?

Mathematics, like the mother tongue, is one of the most important sciences, not only in school. It is often indispensable in everyday life and in career. In addition, maths must be passed in the final grades. But what happens if everything is lost? Let’s figure out how to learn this science on our own, and […]

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