4.7 stars based on 7 reviews.
StudyPug was a pleasant surprise. When my son started year 9 maths, he was failing. After getting him a StudyPug subscription, he was taking home A’s. Happy to have found this site and know that it really works.
When I was panicking about how to help my child with their upcoming ks3 assessment, the school’s math teacher told me about how she gets reference materials from StudyPug. I went through a few lessons with my child and I can say that the maths revision is spectacular. The videos aren’t boring, but instead go in-depth when teaching new concepts. Definitely a lot less worried about their coming year 9 maths test.
My mom bought me a lot of extra workbooks and textbooks to help me since I need extra maths help. It would take me hours to figure out something from the books that I can learn in five minutes on StudyPug. I’m pretty amazed at how much quicker I’m understanding math now with StudyPug to help with maths revision.
My son got a glowing review at the end of his key stage 3 assessment for year 9 maths. What we did this year prior to the exam was that we decided to get him StudyPug and he’s hasn’t complained about the platform at all—he usually comes to us talking about how boring his textbooks are. They’re the main source of his procrastination. Relieved to have found something that works for my son.
Because I have StudyPug, my parents stopped making me go to a tutor. I like being able to watch the videos and do revisions at a more flexible time, and I think the site works just as well as my tutor. I’m able to properly do my year 9 maths worksheets now rather than having to ask my tutor all the time.
I had a pupil who had a tough time figuring out how to work out fractions. The class had moved on from that topic a while back, but this pupil was continuing to struggle with the new concepts since he hadn’t grasped fractions yet. I talked to his parents and told them about StudyPug—I know a few teachers who use it to help guide their lessons. This pupil has been doing much better, and with some more maths revision, I think he’ll soon be catching up to our regular maths classes soon!