Got stuck with tricky math? You are NOT alone! Everyone (even the most brilliant mathematician on Earth) makes mistakes. And if you’re feeling blue over mathsy things that didn’t go as you expected, just remember: Practice makes *us all* perfect in math. Why? It’s because math *differs* from other subjects in which you can just read or listen and absorb the information. The only way to figure out how the math rules work and relate to one another is to get into the problems. So get your hands *dirty* *online*, so to speak, and find a math tutor near you!

**Why a Math Tutor Near You (***aka* Online)?

*aka*Online)?

We *all* need **help** when we have some mathsy things to do. Textbooks won’t work *alone*. And any *study buddy* that meets you where you are and gives easy-to-follow instructions is all you need.

What if you’d get that *buddy* in the comfort of your home? Such a math tutor near you or on your *phone* is a blessing. And e-learning differs from an old setting in which you were either to flock to the teaching center or to visit your tutors at their homes.

*Nothing *remains the same. You too are *a lot different* from what you were 10 years ago. So you need NOT to rely on your school teaching only; you can also find your top tutor online. It’s a present-day version of the old tuition, with a unique edge that you need NOT to commute.

An online math tutor will also help you study math concepts and succeed at your own pace. And you can learn *a lot *from them, including:

- Primer (An introduction to math)
- Single-digit addition and subtraction
- Multiple-digit addition and subtraction
- Single and multiple-digit multiplication
- Fractions
- Decimals and percents
- Pre-algebra (negative numbers, order of operations, and solving for the unknown)
- Algebra 1 (graphing, simultaneous equations, exponents, polynomials, and unit multipliers)
- Geometry (points, lines, planes, angles, circles, triangles, quadrilaterals, Pythagorean theorem, conic sections, and proofs)
- Algebra 2 (factoring polynomials, quadratic formula, and graphing conic sections)
- Pre-Calculus (with trigonometry, identities, polar equations, logarithms, sequences, limits, and other topics)
- Calculus (derivatives, integrals, calculus applications, and differential equations)

**Get On-the-Go Access to a Math Tutor Online!**

So get on-the-go access to your math tutor *any way* you need – from your PC, cell phone, or tablet. Track your *pace* and view reports that show where you need to study the most. And then *do* it. Study what, where, when, and how you want.

The beauty of an online math class is that you can learn and focus only on the **areas** that give you the most trouble. Or, if you’re short on time but want to get a mixed bag of a limited number of math puzzles, you can ** plug into** problems you want to practice and that many (or a few) of a variety appears.

**So Get Yourself Plugged-In!**

Why? Let me tell you by giving you an example of a home appliance. Last night I put leftovers into my air fryer to reheat them for dinner. I set the timer and walked away. When the timer went off and I opened up the fryer, my dinner was still ice cold! *I forgot to plug it in!*

Upon realizing my mistake, I said these words to myself aloud: “it isn’t going to work if you don’t plug it in!” And this made me think how often have I expected *other *things to work in my life… without plugging them in?

Or, how often have I *waited* for something to happen when I wasn’t plugged in? I thought back to the math courses I enrolled in but never even started. Ideas I had that never “panned out.” Why didn’t I start? Why didn’t the ideas work?

No course or idea will work unless **you**’re ready. We must be realistic about it. Nothing worth doing ever does! And just like home appliances, **we only work when we’re all plugged in.**

The difference is that my air fryer was made to reheat my dinner. *You were not. *So don’t let your fears of making mistakes dictate your decisions. And get enrolled to learn math from a math tutor near you!

**Beware Parents: Your Kid is not “Falling Behind” in Math**

Remember: Your kid is right there where he needs to be; he is NOT behind. In fact, e-learning has made math learning easy. It’s a chance for you to focus on the individual needs of your child. As a panacea in the time of COVID-19, it’s efficient and cost-effective as well. And your kids will *love* learning math online, as it saves time and pain involved.

Digital classes will also entice and engage your kids, relieving them of the *dullness* they may experience in old methods. It is also a proven way to impart a higher retention rate of the lesson. So get your kid enrolled in an online math class now!

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