Is Your Child Struggling To Pass Their Math Class?

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  • Simple 3-step diagnostic to check if your child understands the current material
  • Top 5 math study mistakes your child (likely) makes and how to fix them
  • Why your child can fail their math class even if they get 100% on their homework
  • 7 powerful ways to help your child focus at home (especially if they are “glued” to their phone all day)

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My name is Amadeus Ciok.
Founder of Learn Vibrant Math Tutoring. During 12 years of my tutoring experience, I have helped 100s of students (like your child) with math, including AP tests and Honors classes, SAT and Calculus.
At Learn Vibrant, we help middle school and high school children improve their math grades, ace their math classes and boost their SAT score.

“Will My Child Be Able To Pass Their Math Class?”

Your child is doing poorly in their math class and you are probably wondering: “Are they just bad at math? Is math going to prevent them from going to their dream college? Maybe they are “destined” for a low grade no matter what. Is your child going to be the one who “would have gotten into a good college if not for math”? We have helped many teenagers just like your child (and some with ADD, ADHD and more) boost their grades by 2 levels on average. It is not about their math abilities. Most children make 2-3 big study mistakes that prevent them from doing well in math. Identifying those mistakes can make a big difference in your child’s math grade.

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