Non-suspicious Competence in Your Online Math Class

The other day, I saw an advertisement for a course completion expert who said he or she would get A+ on every assignment. That ad seemed suspicious. Regardless, that’s a pretty impressive value proposition. I’ve seen others that advertise that they guarantee a 95% or...

3 Types of Resources/Help for Online Math Classes

So you’re currently enrolled in a Math class that is giving you lots of trouble. You try to find someone close to you (e.g. a family member) who can help you out. You turn to the World Wide Web for assistance instead. There are many types of resources that you’ll...

When I Realized I Need to Guarantee Good Results

Would you want to hire someone who did NOT guarantee results? It’s one of my core beliefs that every professional should be committed to improving their clients lives by adding some kind of value. And if their clients’ lives do not improve, real pros should make...

Should We Charge By The Hour?

I’ve written before about some of the most questions that people ask me about my peculiar profession. Another one of the most common questions I’m asked is: “How do you come up with your prices?” and “Do you charge by the hour?” To determine how much to charge a...

Don’t Commit Mathicide!

I recently learned about the word “mathicide” on Urban Dictionary. It’s equally funny and sad. According to Urban Dictionary, “mathicide” is: When you don’t want to take a math test, so you wing it and guess all the answers, and subsequently fail the test. This...