Maths Online Extra Classes

When we talk about Extra Classes in Mathematics, people often have the
traditional approach in mind, i.e. taking your children somewhere once a week
and picking them up again later.

There are some inherent constraints with this, however:

The fact that both the parent and the child need to go somewhere, and that the cost and time for travelling is generally not considered when calculating the costs of these extra classes.

There are generally speaking no continuity between these classes, meaning that the children have to either get their questions answered somewhere else, or they must leave it until next week.

To have one-on-one classes often becomes very expensive for the parents, and to bring the costs down many tutors will
take children in groups – having exactly the opposite effect of what the parents wanted in the first place.

An inherent problem with classes bigger than one is that only one child can be evaluated on a specific question –  the moment someone has answered the question the rest of the group is untestable on that same question.

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