Get The Best Grades With the Least Amount of Effort

Here is a collection of proven tips, tools and techniques to turn you into a super-achiever - even if you've never thought of yourself as a "gifted" student.

The secrets will help you absorb, digest and remember large chunks of information quickly and easily so you get the best grades with the least amount of effort.

If you apply what you read from the above collection, you can achieve best grades without giving up your fun, such as TV, surfing the net, playing video games or going out with friends!

How much money you have spent on Normal Text Books, Math Tutoring, or Math Software packages?

How much time are you spending to learn from them?

Inspite of spending your important resources (money and time), are you still struggling with math?

Are You getting frustrated to see your math abilities not improving and your grades not getting any better?

HERE IS A SOLUTION FOR YOU.

The first resource (money) you have to spend on this is only a minute fraction of what you have spent earlier.

The second resource (time) you have to spend is also less,

because

(i) each Chapter covering a topic is only a few pages long. You or your child don't have to spend hours wading through huge, hard to read textbook chapters.

(ii) It uses everyday language that is both friendly and comfortable to read unlike other math tutorials which are too formal.

(iii) The layout of the pages is spacious and the font size is larger which makes reading pleasing and easier.

The book is written by a highly qualified (a Ph.D.) person who has years of one-on-one tutoring with students of all ages and abilities.

It covers all math lessons (topics) from 6th class to 12th class.

I

strongly recommend
the book because it has the same goal as my website for many Math Lessons not covered by my site.

The goal is to help math students

* to complete their math home work more quickly.

* to perceive the work as less demanding.

* to enable them to solve highly varaible problems by processing the underlying similarity in the problems.

* to integrate the current problem with existing knowledge and ideas.

* to develop confidence and desire to continue by organizing challenging concepts, making them more manageble and less overwhelming.

* to encourage them to reach a solution on their own, with their active mental participation.

Recently, I have found a series of math curricula (Both Hard Copy and Digital Copy) developed by a Lady Teacher who taught everyone from Pre-K students to doctoral students and who is a Ph.D. in Mathematics Education.

This series is very different and advantageous over many of the traditional books available. These give students tools that other books do not. Other books just give practice. These teach students “tricks” and new ways to think.

These build a student’s new knowledge of concepts from their existing knowledge. These provide many pages of practice that gradually increases in difficulty and provide constant review.

These also provide teachers and parents with lessons on how to work with the child on the concepts.

The series is low to reasonably priced and include