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Where can I find the course list?
You can find it on the program page or at our store.
How much is one lesson with a tutor?
An online lesson price can vary from USD 133.5 to USD 200 per hour. It depends on the tutor's level of experience, qualification and feedback from previous students on our platform.
Who are MathsHub tutors? What is the tutor's level?
Our tutors are English-speaking professionals with Top STEP education and a brilliant work experience at such companies as Uber, Yandex, Glassdoor e.t.c. They work as Math teachers, Mathematicians, Statisticians, Data Scientists, Analysts, Engineers, etc. Our tutors have joined the platform from all over the world.

Depending on her or his level of teaching math in English skills, a tutor chooses an individual hour rate for the lesson.
What does a first lesson look like?
First lesson with a tutor

After your tutor will contact you to set up the first lesson, by the time of the lesson:

  • You will receive preparation instructions. You'll get the link to the test which you shall take to define your math level and readiness for the chosen program before the lesson. Before the call, you will have to check the quality of your internet connection, and the function of your browser, web camera and sound.
  • At the scheduled time, you will have a call from your math tutor via Google Hangouts/Duo and receive an invite link to a painting platform.
  • Your lesson will include a few test questions to make sure you understand all of the theoretical parts of the lesson. If not, your tutor will take the time to explain both intuitions and formal theory; afterwards, you'll dive deeper into solving different problems and training your skills.
  • After a lesson, you'll get homework and an email with a feedback form about the lesson.
Other lessons will be the same as the first lesson, but it's not necessary to take the level test definition test except one-quarter and halfway through the course to make sure you make progress.
What benefits and values I'll get from lessons with a tutor?
Depending the program you choose, you'll get following benefits:

The Personalized STEM Course provides you with:

  • Thoroughly-guided lessons based on both how comfortable the communication is and how effective the program is for you;
  • Enhancement with increasingly complex math skills;
  • Closing your knowledge gaps;
  • Finding a mentor in
Having lessons with a tutor from Maths for Data Science Course gives you more points:
  • Work on a course from top Data Science MOOCs' list;
  • Guaranteed course completion;
  • Deep dive into different problems solving techniques;
  • Tutoring by professionals in Data Science or any relative area and opportunity to get mentorship helpful for getting your first Data Science Job.
How to get a trial lesson?
We don't provide trial lessons at the moment. However, the first online call is for free and needed for defining a student's math level and clarifying his study or professional goals.
How can I track my progress? Which results should I expect after a program?
  • We suppose that if you follow all of the instructions and tutor's methodology during the program, then you will inevitably increase your level.
  • To define the effect, we expect you to take a checkup test per quarter-program, and, of course, we rely on your feedback and the feedback of your tutor.
  • The checkup will include all the questions necessary to determine your math skill set level.
How can I become a MathsHub student?
Apply for any MathsHub course at our store or fill the form to find a tutor within a course.
How long is a lesson?
It takes from 1 and up to 2 hours per lesson. We recommend spending not more than 1.5 hours online because it seems the optimal length of time for maximal concentration.
What tools do students use on the platform?
Google account (Google Classroom & Calendar) and our store account at Podia is enough. You will need a laptop, a high-speed internet connection, a recent Chrome, Safari, Firefox or Opera browser version installed, a webcam, a microphone and audio speakers or headphones. Also, you'll need some paper and a pen or pencil.
How can I become a student?
  1. You'll need a Google account.
  2. Sign up a Podia account at our store and purchase one of programs.
  3. After a sign up you, should follow these instructions:
    - You will take an online test to determine your math level.
    - You might need to watch some video lessons to get prepared for the class.
    - Afterwards, your lessons will be scheduled by a tutor via Google Classrooms & Google Calendar.
    - You'll have a lesson via Google Hangouts/Duo using a painting platform. So, you will need a laptop, a high-speed internet connection, a recent Chrome, Safari, Firefox or Opera browser version installed, a webcam, a microphone and audio speakers or headphones.
  4. You'll need some paper and a pen or pencil.
What English level am I expected to speak if I'm not a native English speaker?
We suppose you are an upper-intermediate (or more fluent) English speaker. If you have questions or want to check your English level, leave your customer support request here.
What math level should I have?
We are ready to work with students at all levels; however, our tutors have their individual optimal student qualifications as well. To understand which tutor suits you better, you should take a math level-determining test.
What are metrics of progress?
We suppose that to consider your process successful, these simultaneous conditions are necessary:
1. Positive student' and tutor feedback on organizational and communication sides of lessons.
2. Objectively, progressing math skills measured by passing the test and answering the control questions.
3. Ability to solve complex problems independently.
Could I find tutor using my own parameters?
  • First, fill the form about your preferences concerning your goals, English level and professional background.
  • Second, determine your math level.
  • We'll contact you through with the most suitable tutor ASAP and email you when our choice is ready.
  • If a tutor isn't fit for you, we'll know about it immediately. We ask our students to share their feedback right after the lesson to keep an eye on their comfort and effectiveness of the lessons.
Can I change a tutor if i didn't like my previous class?
Yes, you can. If a tutor isn't fit for you, we'll know about it immediately. We ask our students to share their feedback right after a lesson to keep an eye on their comfort and effectiveness of the lessons.
What is the level of the students I will have classes with?
The level can be different. For some of your students, it is a serious effort to understand some scientific details. For other nearly everything will be clear. We'll take your preferences into account.
How much will I get paid per lesson?
A lesson price can vary from USD 60 to USD 150 per hour. It depends on your experience, qualification and collected feedback from students at our platform. We expect you to set up your an hour lesson cost. If you have any questions concerning the prices, please, contact us at hc@mathematicalhub.com
What instruments do tutors use at the platform?
  1. You'll need a Google account.
  2. Fill the application form at the website for us to screen your experience and profile to start with us.
  3. After an application you should follow the instructions:
    - You will take an online test for determining your Math level.
    - Then we'll have an interview to give you a sense of who we are and what our goals are, to be sure if you fit our tutors team and meet our expectations and if we meet yours.
    - Afterwards, you will schedule lessons will be scheduled by a tutor via Google Classrooms & Google Calendar.
    - You'll have a lesson via Google Hangouts/Duo using a painting platform. So you will need a laptop, a high speed internet connection, a recent Chrome, Safari, Firefox or Opera browser version installed, a web cam, a microphone and audio speakers or headphones.
  4. You'll need some of paper and a pen or pencil.
How does a first lesson look like?
After you contact a student to set up the first lesson, by the time of the lesson:

  • Our system shares preparation instructions with the student. She or he'll get the link to the test to take and define a Math level and readiness for the chosen program before a lesson. Before a call a student will have to check her or his internet connection, work of a browser, web camera and sound.
  • At the scheduled time, you will call to the student via Google Hangouts/Duo and share an invite link to <a painting platform>.
  • Your lesson will include a few control questions to make sure the student understands all theoretical parts of the lesson. If no, you are expected to take time to explain both intuitions and formal theory; afterwards, you'll solve a sufficient amount of different problems to train the students skills.
  • After a lesson, you'll share a homework with a sudent and get an email with a feedback form about the lesson.
Other lessons will be the same as the first lesson, but it's not necessary to take the level definition test for student except quarter- and semi-course checkups to make sure your students makes progress.
What English level am I expected to speak?
We expect you to be an Upper-Intermediate (or more fluent) English speaker. If you have questions or want to check your English level, leave your customer support request here.
How my levels of tutoring, English and Maths will be determined?
You are supposed to take test and then have an online interview with us. We'll also collect feedback from students about the lessons organization, their comfort level.
How can I track my student's progress? Which results should I expect after a program?
  • We suppose that if your student follows all instructions and tutor's methodology during a program then she or he has to experience a level up.
  • To define the effect, we expect her or him to take a checkup per quarter-program, and, of course, we rely on your feedback and the feedback of your student.
  • The checkup will include all the questions necessary to determine your student's Math skill set level.