In this era when mandatory education has long become a requirement for the creation of productive citizens for the good of society, the idea of homeschooling and education away from established academic institutions is still quite misunderstood and misplaced. Most […]

## What’s the Difference between Math Tutors and Math Teachers (Part 3)

Math Teachers vs. Math Tutors: Teaching to the Lowest Common Denominator In math, the Lowest Common Denominator is the least common multiple of the denominators of a set of fractions. When we say teaching to the Lowest Common Denominator we […]

## Admission Requirements for University of British Columbia

Upon making the decision to attend college, various other decisions have to be made in preparation for one’s freshman year. The most important one among them is which college is best for one’s higher learning within Canada and/or North America. […]

## How to Not Get Your Wedding Cancelled Due to Lack of Math Skills

It was a viral news item on the Internet that combined cultural weirdness with surreal outrageousness. A bride in India cancels a wedding and ditches her groom because he failed to answer a simple math question, which was 15 plus […]

## What’s the Difference between Math Tutors and Math Teachers (Part 2)

Math Teachers vs. Math Tutors: Distracted Learning Environment The classroom and the environment in which students learn in impact their ability to absorb and understand information. Some students can focus easier than others and block out the distractions while trying […]

## 10 Best Mobile Apps for Students

Going to school these days is absolutely different from how it used to be back in the day due to mobile technology and the Internet. Students like you can take advantage of this by using your mobile device. Whether it’s […]

## Math Hacks and Tricks: 11 Ways to Make Math Easier

For most people, math is the bane of their existence in the classroom and elsewhere. Many would even brag about their lack of proficiency in the act of making sense of two or more numbers. It would be fine if […]

## 101 Ways to Be More Productive During Your Summer Vacation

While you’re on break in between school years, it would be wise to spend that time productively through one or several of these 100 good things that can be done during your summer vacation. Rest and relax: Power down and […]

## Study Guide/Survival Kit for Grade 10 Math Provincial Exam in BC

Did you know 1 out of every 6 students failed their math 10 provincial exam? No worries! Here’s a study guide on how you can get ready and a good grade in the exam. 10 must-know facts about BC math […]

## Did Obama Do Well in High School?

Whenever a skilled and talented individual reaches the pinnacle of success and is under the spotlight, everyone else becomes interested with that person’s story and how he/she got there. Most people would think that there must have been some rare […]

## How to Get Ready for High School

For most students getting out of middle school, the prospect of high school can be rather intimidating due to the increased academic demands and the social obstacles that may hinder a lot of kids from enjoying those four years. In […]

## Why Beating Tetris is Impossible According to Math

While many of the retro games of yesteryear have become relics of time which revered and respected but not really played that much these days, there are some that are still being innovated and attracting a player base. One of […]

## The Ontario Teachers Strike and What Students Can Do in the Meantime

Things seem to be getting a little complicated for Canada these days. There had been a strike in Vancouver same time last year that was only resolved after negotiations with the provincial government of British Columbia. But it gets worse […]

## What’s the Difference between Math Tutors and Math Teachers? (Part 1)

Math Teachers vs. Math Tutors: Theory-based and Example-based Learning When it comes to teaching and learning math, students learn at different paces and in different ways. There are two different types of learning – theory-based and example-based. Teachers are […]

## Tips to Help You ACE Your Next Math Test

We know that math is hard, everyone does. If you have a record of bad math tests, or feel that you can’t understand math no matter how hard you try, math tests are nightmares. But we are here to help. […]

## Does Online Math Tutoring Work? The Pros and Cons

With the advancements of technology including the Internet, high-resolution webcams, laptops and smart phones, online tutoring has become more and more prevalent in today’s society. Now for the million-dollar question… Does online math tutoring actually work? Answer: Kind of – […]

## Your guide to using StudyPug to achieve your math goals

StudyPug is all about giving you exactly what you need and improving your math marks as soon as possible. We have put together a quick and easy five step guide to most effectively use StudyPug to achieve the math marks […]