Tutoring can help people understand difficult concepts, such as how the dinosaurs went extinct and why it was necessary. Tackle tough subjects with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $99 for a 50-hour online self-study course (a $250 value)
Self-study, 600-page courses are offered for the GRE, GMAT, or SAT. The courses allow students to work at their own pace as they ask and get answers to questions in real time, get immediate feedback on test questions, and easily determine subject areas that need more study.
- $299 for a 12-hour intensive GRE or GMAT math seminar (a $750 value)
Over two six-hour days, students quickly learn the concepts required of standardized tests from classroom instructors wielding 15–20 years of experience. Whether students are interested in taking the GRE or GMAT, they select one class for both tests, as the same material is covered during preparation.
Both options, which Math 1-2-3, Inc. describes as akin to boot camps equipped to conquer any "phobia" of math, train a range of skill levels. Whether seeking a refresher course or having never learned, customers can build on skills or start afresh in soaking up the subject matter to prepare for standardized tests.
Math 1-2-3, Inc.
A former math teacher, actuary, and holder of a dual degree in mathematics and economics from Vanderbilt University, Math 1-2-3, Inc. founder Mark Kronenberg has been helping students hone their number crunching abilities since 1995. Before hiring each member of his tutoring team, Kronenberg ensures that they have a math degree, at least five years' post-college tutoring experience, and lightning-fast mental math abilities, never missing a beat when answering tricky student questions or tipping a waiter who only put in 16.5% worth of extra effort. Their seminars prepare students with varied skill levels for the math on standardized tests, and the team’s private home tutoring sessions harness the power of arithmetical house calls to help students do better in all levels of math, including algebra, geometry, statistics, and calculus.
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