Welcome to Queen Elizabeth Academy, where we provide high quality Math tutoring in Richmond
for students who are attending high school. If you are seeking a Math tutor in Richmond, you have come to the right place!
Getting help in Math is the first step to achieve a good understanding of the concept.
We cover a vareity of courses, including
Grade 11 Math,
Grade 12 Advanced Functions
and
Calculus
.

We also provide tutoring in other cities such as Math tutoring mississauga.

We also provide tutoring in other cities such as Math tutoring mississauga.

Math is a challening subject. It is cummulative in a sense that, if you miss the foundation or have gaps, the next year you will run into the same problem, with tougher concepts and problems. So building foundation is the first step. In addition, many students resort to memorizing equations, or steps, hoping the same problems will appear on tests. The teachers of course will change the questions and students get stuck.

Memorizing steps and equations doesn't work in math. You need to start with the foundation and understanding, then learn how to apply in various scenarios, and why the steps perform the way it does. The next step is to go through a variety of application problems and learn important problem solving skills. With good explanation and a solid understanding, and practice a variety of problems (which we provide as a package), you will do much better and enjoy math.

All QEA math tutoring in Richmond is one on one private. We teach the full lesson and review what you have learnt during that week. In this way, you won't miss anything.

Meet our Math

Tutoring Team in Richmond

Tutoring Team in Richmond

Meet our Math

Tutoring Team in Richmond

Tutoring Team in Richmond

Nikki V.

QEA Math Teacher

Nikki is a certified teacher with Master degree in Education from University of Toronto. She has been working with QEA for over 6 years, and many of QEA top students came out of her class

### Review foundations that you must know for math 11 and 12, so you don’t lose marks on foundation errors

### Teach you the concepts in a way that you understand

### Go through homework from your school

### Go through our application / thinking problems with the difficulty on par with the school tests

### Provide weekly worksheets and homework package on application thinking problems

Grade II Math is a major stepping stone into more advanced math in the 12th grade. From experience, we've seen that lots of students at this stage are often at a crossmads. Many of them do not know whether to choose the Mixed keel math course or the Academic level math course. But we usually advise them to go for the Academic level math, as it gives them options to choose from a more diverse range of university courses.The challenge is that they'll have to do more work. So unless they are certain of the pathe they want to take, we encourage them to go for the Advanced level math course.

There are several challenging units in grade II Math, such as exponents, transformation, trigonometry graphing, and trigonometry identities. In fact, it is at this level that they get introduced to proofs. The simpler units include quadratics, series, and sequences.

Welcome to join us : Math tutoring Richmond. For more information, please visit our grade 11 math page.

Advanced Functions, students learn units like factoring, graphing, trigonometry, and exponents. Most university programs require this course as a prerequisite, hence they very important. Typically, students will build upon the skills they learned in the Grade 11 course. At this point, things can get even tougher for an average student. Some units, such as polynomial functions, are quite simple, while others, such as trigonometry and proofs are on the hard side. For this reason, some students have described Advanced Functions as a roller caster ride of a course, considering all the thrills and challenges it entails.

Welcome to join us : Math tutoring Richmond. For more information, please visit our grade 11 math page.

In Calculus, there are two different sections - derivative (extends from work in Advanced Functions) and Vectors Calculus, which is completely unrelated to the first. Vector Calculus is similar to Physics in terms of problem-solving. The Calculus derivative section takes root in and branches out from Advanced Functions. It includes units like algebra, graphing, trigonometry, and logarithms. The vector component, on the other hand, is entirely new, and involves 3D equations of lines and planes. The problem-solving aspects of Vector Calculus are also similar to physics. Generally, many students find Advanced Functions difficult.

Welcome to join us : Math tutoring Richmond. Beside Tutoring, QE also offers summer school and night school credits .

We focus on foundation building, from grade 7 (integers, fractions, algebra) to grade 10 (quadratics, linear systems, word problems) We follow the school curriculum and explain the concepts and problems step by step, in a one on one scenario. This will help your child to excel through the elementary / junior high school curriculum and have a good foundation for senior high school, where the mark counts for university.

Welcome to join us : Math tutoring Richmond. We also provide help for junior math.

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Math course tutoring available in:

**MHF4U (Advanced Functions)** Advanced Functions Tutoring in Richmond

**MCV4U (Calculus)** Calculus Tutoring in Richmond

**MCR3U (Math 11)** Math 11 Tutoring in Richmond

**MDM4U (Data Management)** Data Management Tutoring in Richmond

**MPM2D (Math 10)** Math 10 Tutoring in Richmond

**MPM2D (Math 9)** Math 9 Tutoring in Richmond

Mark J.

Investment banking analyst

Conaccord Genuity

Graduate of Western Ivey

QEA student alumni

Dr. T. Ward-able

Family Physician

Graduate of Western University

QEA student alumni

Stephanie L.

Microsoft Manager

Graduate of Queen’s Commerce

QEA student alumni

Julia S.

Business Dev. associate

Fidelity Investments

Graduate of Western University

QEA student alumni
Justin C.

Master degree candidate

UC Berkeley
Data analyst, Citigroup

Graduate of Boston University
QEA student alumni

Sam A.

MD Candidate

University of Queensland
Graduate of Queen’s University

QEA student alumni

QEA approach to tutoring students in Richmond

Nikki V.

QEA Math Teacher

Nikki is a certified teacher with Master degree in Education from University of Toronto. She has been working with QEA for over 6 years, and many of QEA top students came out of her class

Kosal C., explains our approach of tutoring Math

Kosal C.

Master candidate, Mathematics

York University

QEA Math Tutor

York University

QEA Math Tutor

If you want to do well in math, a step by step approach to building academic success is also important.

Private 1 on 1, Teaching based Math tutoring - that focuses on understanding, not memorizing

For each session in Math Tutoring Richmond, you will get:

**A full lesson on the concepts, review what you learn during the week.**e.g. What is domain and range? What are the types of problems? What are the steps? (example from Math 10)**Step by step explanation of major application / thinking problems.**Math students mostly stumbled upon application / thinking problems. This part is very difficult, as it requires deep understanding of the concepts and good explanation. Your teacher will change the questions all the time and to solve them, you need to understand and apply.**Good notes from our lesson board.**As we teach the materials we write everything down - explanations, solutions etc. These are valuable notes you can keep and use for reviewing for future math courses.

Grade 11 Math is a major stepping stone into more advanced math in the 12th grade. From experience, we`ve seen that lots of students at this stage are often at a crossroads. Many of them do not know whether to choose the Mixed level math course or the Academic level math course. But we usually advise them to go for the Academic level math, as it gives them options to choose from a more diverse range of university courses. The challenge is that they'll have to do more work. So unless they are certain of the pathe they want to take, we encourage them to go for the Advanced level math course.

There are several challenging units in grade 11 Math, such as exponents, transformation, trigonometry graphing, and trigonometry identities. In fact, it is at this level that they get introduced to proofs. The simpler units include quadratics, series, and sequences.

Tip #1.

Have a good foundation

From our Math tutors Richmond

Before taking this math course, try to strengthen your math foundational skills from grade 10. Key math skills include factoring (especially trinomials), fractions (grade 8-9 level), Linear systems and quadratics with a good understanding of domain and range, x and y intercepts and asymptotes. With math foundational skills down it will be easier to follow the lessons and work in this math course, and less time will be spent catching up on previous material.

Tip #2.

Organize your steps

From our Math tutors Richmond

Many grade 11 math questions involve multiple steps. Ensure you understand why you are undertaking each step from a logical or math perspective, and the pinpoint the goal of the steps, that is to say as ‘what am I trying to solve?’ Work through the steps after you have done this. By breaking the problems into steps, the questions will seem less overwhelming.

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In Advanced Functions, students learn units like factoring, graphing, trigonometry, and exponents. Most university programs require this course as a prerequisite, hence they`re very important. Typically, students will build upon the skills they learned in the Grade 11 course. At this point, things can get even tougher for an average student. Some units, such as polynomial functions, are quite simple, while others, such as trigonometry and proofs are on the hard side. For this reason, some students have described Advanced Functions as a rollercoaster ride of a course, considering all the thrills and challenges it entails.

Tip #1.

Strengthen your math foundation

From our Math tutors Richmond

It would be a good idea, before the beginning of Advanced Functions, to brush up on the foundations skills of math, such as factoring (especially trinomial factoring), domain and range, graphing, adding rational expression, and trigonometry ratios. If you wait until the course begins, it may be difficult to keep pace with the new material in Advanced Functions. Foundations are always important, and as with all mathematics course, this one builds upon your past knowledge, so be sure to review before starting Advanced Functions!

Tip #2.

Practicing of variety of application problems

From our Math tutors Richmond

Also, make sure to keep good, organized notes to stay on top of the course units in Advanced Functions. Do not be afraid to practice problems beyond those assigned in the homework, as Advanced Functions is known for containing a very wide variety of questions and problems, and therefore the more you expose yourself to such problems, the better prepared you will be. Because of this, the Queen Elizabeth Academy provides all of our students with extra worksheets on Advanced Functions and practice tests to hone their skills and succeed.

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In Calculus, there are two different sections - derivative (extends from work in Advanced Functions) and Vectors Calculus, which is completely unrelated to the first. Vector Calculus is similar to Physics in terms of problem-solving. The Calculus derivative section takes root in and branches out from Advanced Functions. It includes units like algebra, graphing, trigonometry, and logarithms. The vector component, on the other hand, is entirely new, and involves 3D equations of lines and planes. The problem-solving aspects of Vector Calculus are also similar to physics. Generally, many students find Advanced Functions difficult.

Tip #1.

Understanding the concept

From our Math tutors Richmond

In order to succeed in Vector Calculus, make sure you are proficient in exponents, factoring, combining rational expressions such as fractions with algebra, and solving equations.

Make sure to pay special attention to the Optimization Unit in Calculus, which includes many word problems. If you struggle with word problems, make sure to prepare for this Calculus unit in particular. As always, make sure to keep your notes organized. Identify the different kinds of Calculus problems. This will help you to clarify the Calculus concepts in this course significantly, and also help to keep track of your progress.

Tip #2.

Write down the steps clearly and understand the reasons behind them

From our Math tutors Richmond

When approaching vectors in Calculus, the concepts are highly complex. To address this, try to lay out and write down all of the steps clearly, and write down why you are taking such steps as well. What variable are you attempting to achieve at every step? This approach to tackle Calculus will simplify some of the more complex questions, and will also allow you to pinpoint areas in which you will require extra help.

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How do you study more effectively with our Math tutoring in Richmond? The key lies in a good team work with our math tutors in Richmond. QE will provide good lessons so that you can understand the concepts. This will give you a boost in your confidence. But remember, if you want to excel math, merely getting good math tutoring lessons isn’t enough. You need to spend time and practice. This consistent effort that you put in will distinguish you from a top student and an average student.

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It is important for you to know what you don’t know. This involves reading ahead before the tutoring session. Our Math tutors in Richmond will explain to you the concepts during our lessons and attempt to find out your gaps. However, it will be very effective if you know your gaps ahead of time. All our top students do that, they read ahead, circle on the parts they don’t understand, and seek clarifications right away.

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After the sessions in our Math tutoring in Richmond, we advise you to write your own notes. To start off, you can screenshot your lessons our math tutors in Richmond write on screen, when it’s conducted online. You can then organize it. From our lessons, read over the textbook and try out the practice questions. You can then summarize in your own words, with the example questions you attempted. Why not just rely on QE math tutor’s notes? Yes you can do this, but you can understand much better if you summarize them in your own words, and you can apply better on tests.

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Time management is a key to your success, especially when you enter senior high school grades. The key to time management is to dedicate a time that you can put 100% of your efforts in your studies. We recommend you to use a calendar, so you can visualize your plan.

All our top students do this. You can pencil down a dedicated time, say Mon to Fri 5-6pm, for math, or other subjects. During this time, you take out all the distractions - turn off your phone, wifi, and focus solely on your work. You want to dedicate 100% of your effort to your work. QE Math tutors in Richmond will provide you with homework, plus you get the ones from your school. Therefore, you time in making your own study notes and practice through the homework is important.

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Here are two interviews that we conducted with Caroline (admitted to Cornell University, Engineering) and Madhavan (admitted to university of Michigan, neuroscience program).

You can get a lot of good tips from them! The key is not just listening to them, but to start using it!

Caroline C.

Admitted to: **Engineering at Cornell University**

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If you aren’t performing well in the subject, chances are you have foundation gaps. The first step is really to address your foundation gaps. That’s also one of the focus on QE Math tutors in Richmond. Once we discover your gaps during the tutoring session, we will re-teach you that particular component. Take an example, a lot of grade 11 and 12 students struggle with factoring, that’s one of the common foundation gaps. We will then re-teach it. Now, once you understand how to perform it, you need to practice at least 10-15 questions, so it sinks with you.

The next step is to review the lessons after the tutoring session. The best way is to write your own study notes. Then you need to practice homework problems. If you do all these 3 things, you will see measurable improvements from QE Math tutoring in Richmond.

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QE have such good track records, on our students to Waterloo, Laurier, Queen’s, Western and McGill. We know the process and what it takes. To maintain a good grade, you need to schedule dedicated time to your study. Practice is really key. QE Math tutors in Richmond will provide you with good lessons and if you are already achieving 80%+, then we will focus on the tough, application / thinking problems. The challenge for these types of problems is that your teachers always change the questions on tests. It is imperative for you to practice a variety of problems, and with the explanation from QE tutors in Richmond, you will understand how to apply your knowledge on tests.

Keep in mind that, if you are aiming for the top schools, they are very competitive. You need to always keep up the work, and with the support from QE Math tutors in Richmond - You can do it!

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How much does a math tutor cost in Richmond?

It varies based on the age of the child and subject university tutoring of course requires a different level of expertise and will cost more than elementary school tutoring doing division.

Is it worth getting a maths tutor?

The main part is to build a good foundation. Math is cumulative, if you ignore the issue, it will stack up and you still have to deal with the foundation gaps at a later date.

What should you not do when tutoring

4 things that you shouldn't do when tutoring:

1. Late

2. Lose focus

3. Not know what topic to cover

4. Lack of practice / don't do your homework

How many times a week should I see a tutor?

Depending on your level. If you are 80 or above, once a week should be sufficient. If you are getting below 70, we will strongly recommend to come 2x a week.

Is private tutoring legal in Canada

Yes of course. Education is an important component and the Government of Canada always encourages it.

Is hiring a tutor worth it?

Yes if your tutor is good, knows how to teach, and knowledgable. We have the best tutors in the QE team, who have the experience and passion to help you succeed.

Is it worth paying a tutor?

Yes if your tutor is good and if you are behind. It is important to build a good foundation, so you can excel in your high school year and be competitive on your university applications.

How many hours should I tutor per week?

It depends on your grade. If you are 80 or above, once a week should be fine. If you get under 70, we will strongly recommend to do twice a week.

At what age should I get my child a tutor?

We have students coming from grade 5 to university. Grade 5 to 7 will be a good starting age, where the basic foundation is important and you are not doing catch-up. In this case you can nurture your child's skill and interest and build a good routine.

Are tutors better than teachers?

Teachers have to manage a class or 30+ kids, whereas QE tutors are one on one. The level of attention is unmatch - not because of the skills of the teacher, but because of the session setup. We can target and tailor to the strengths and weakness of the student and focus on overcoming individual gaps in their foundation. You can't do that in a 30 kids classroom.

Is tutoring once a week effective?

It depends on the student's level. If the student is achieving 80% or above, then once a week should be fine. Anything below you should consider doing twice a week. A lot of time has to be spent on overcoming your foundaiton gaps, and at the same time keep you up on the current curriculum.

What is the hardest part of tutoring?

The hardest part of tutoring is adapting the teaching approach to the learning style of the student. The second part is to encourage and inspire hte student with passion, especially the ones who have lost confidence. QE has turned around students from 55% to acheiving 89% in grade 12, within a year. But this takes a lot of efforts and persistence.

How long is a typical tutoring session?

At QE, high school tutoring sessions are 1.5 hours each, whereas elementary tutoring is 1 hour each.

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At QEA, we focus on building the foundation of our students and understanding of the materials, not memorizing. Our tutoring approach facilitates independent thinking, whether it is analyzing a math solution or a Shakespeare text. Our tutors teach each lesson meticulously step by step, explain in a manner that our students can understanding.

If you live in Richmond would want your children to enhance their academic standing and build long term success, you are welcome to join our private tutoring program comprising of chemistry, biology, physics, math and English. Our team of tutors are specialized in each of these subject areas, and will become a role model of your children for academic achievements.

Queen Elizabeth Academy has a strong tradition of providing high quality education through our science tutoring programs. Many of our students were admitted to top universities with scholarship ranging from $2,000 to $23,000. Queen Elizabeth students alumni had build strong foundation, which had helped them to pursue their science career in university. Many of our students alumni had successfully entered medical school and Master degree program in chemistry and biology.

In our science tutoring programs, we coach our students with care and with easy to understand explanation over complex science concepts. We work with our student through step by step.

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In taking high school math course, here are the topics covered:

Grade 9 Math Tutoring Curriculum

- Numbers: Percents, Ratios and Rates
- Understanding Exponents
- Learning the principles of Fractions

- Exponent Laws
- Polynomials
- Distributive Property

- Simplifying Expressions and Solving Equations
- Algebra

- Determining Characteristics of Linear Relations
- Investigating Constant Rate of Change
- Variation

- Slope and intercept
- Investigating the Properties of Slope
- Solving Problems Involving Perimeter, Area, Surface Area, and Volume

Grade 10 Math Tutoring Curriculum

- Solving Linear Systems
- Basic Properties of Quadratic Relations
- Solving Problems Involving Quadratic Relations

- Solving Problems by Using Linear Systems
- Exploring Line Segments
- Understanding Geometric Properties

- Properties of Triangles
- Circumcentre of a Triangle
- Investigating Similarity and Solving Problems Involving Similar Triangles

- Different types of Factoring
- Laws of Exponent
- Multi-Stage of Factoring

Grade 11 Math Tutoring Curriculum

- Introduce Rational Expressions
- Domain and Range
- Function Notation
- Learning Transformations of Functions
- Exponential Functions
- Discrete Functions

- Primary and Secondary Trigonometric Ratios
- Laws of Sine and Cosine
- Applications of Trigonometry
- Solving problems using Trigonometry

- Sketching graphs of Sine, Cosine and Tangent
- Understanding Transformations of Trigonometric Functions
- Solving problems using Trigonometric Equations

- Introduce Sequences
- 3 types of Sequences
- Pascal’s Triangle
- Binomial Theorem
- Arithmetic and Geometric Series

Grade 12 Math Tutoring Curriculum

- Transformations of Polynomial Functions
- Sketching graphs of Polynomial Functions
- Average Rate of Change
- Instantaneous Rate of Change

- Descartes’ Rule of Signs
- Understanding Polynomial Equations
- Theorem of Factors

- Application of radian measure
- Transformations of Trigonometric Functions
- Solving problems involving Trigonometric equations

- Transformations of Logarithmic Functions
- Understanding Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
- Solving problems involving Logarithmic equations
- Properties of Logarithms

Grade 12 Math Tutoring Curriculum

- Introduction to vectors and scalars
- Understanding vector properties
- Vector operations

- Forces as Vectors
- Velocities as Vectors
- Dot Cross Product

- Parametric and Vector Equations of Lines in 2-Space
- Symmetric and Scalar Equations of Lines in 2-Space
- Lines in 3-Space

- Rates of Change
- Learning the limits of functions
- The Derivative of a Function

- Power rule
- Product rule
- Chain Rule
- Quotient Rule

- Functions' Increasing/Decreasing Intervals
- Asymptotes
- Optimization
- L’Hôpital’s Rule
- Related Rates

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Admitted to University of Waterloo student alumni of QEA enrolled in course

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Andrew Gallacher

I credit QEA for my entry into Western Engineering! Tutors/Teachers actually teach and care about ensuring students fully grasp the learning, their on-line group learning format far exceeds that in the public school system, numerous additional resources were available to set me up for success, and the school is very well run and organized. Thank you QEA!read more

Jamal Shihadeh

It was a pleasure and a turning points for my children education when they joined Queen Elizabeth's Academy. What really make this Academy different is the great attention given to students, they analyse carefully the strength and weakness of their student, they work on clear strategy to improve students performance and are very flexible to change strategy when needed. they worked patiently with my son and improved his performance to excellency. It is great how management and especially Mr. Victor follow up with us on my son progress , I received many phone calls and emails with updates, this tight follow up and advices we received resulted in huge difference in my son performance and his awareness to his education. I highly recommend QEA.read more

Nancy Eliou

My daughter decided to get a jump start to her last year in high school and decided to take the Gr 12 English summer course at Queen Elizabeth Academy. She had a great experience with Victor and her teacher Justin. Based on current circumstances classes were held virtually. Content was delivered in a professional manner, with group discussions and constant support throughout the course. I would highly recommend Queen Elizabeth Academy.read more

Connie Routhier

At a time when school had to be done differently, Queen Elizabeth Academy stepped up to the plate. During the initial change of school due to Covid my son was going to a public ally funded school and the most contact he had with his teachers was to read or watch something on-line and then do an assignment which he got a grade back but no feedback on what he did right or wrong. At Queensway academy my son has to sign on daily with his teacher and classmates ( small class size only 8 students) and she actually teaches a class. There is plenty of time for questions and my son gets feedback on his tests. Being at work I can’t monitor if my son actually signs on but there is great communication from the school. One day my son slept in and I got text and emails asking where my son was. They follow up quickly if you have any questions or concerns. I highly recommend attending here. Great learning happens here.read more

N Pais

My daughter Megan has had the opportunity to take grade 11 math and grade 12 advanced functions at queen Elizabeth Academy. She is registered for physics 12 in the fall. Due to the pandemic situation we have been very worried that our child is not going to get the foundations in math and science that she needs. Thanks to Victor and his team of highly qualified teachers our concerns have been alleviated. Megan has had the traditional in class model with QEA and has just finished up with an online platform. Both have been great and I am confident that Megan is now prepared for university. I truly believe that the public school system of distance learning cannot do what Victor and his team have done for my daughter. She has been prepared for success as a direct result of professional teaching methods that work.read more

Hyeja Otsuki

Have had nothing but positive experience with QEA for my 2 kids. We have taken both credit courses and some tutoring as necessary. Private credit courses were mainly grade 12 English over the summer and grade 12 math courses throughout the fall semester in the evening. I have heard quite a bit about private credit courses offered by other schools that are not as through and almost too easy for students to get high average. Courses at QEA are well laid out and very extensive to make sure they provide good foundations for post secondary education.

Victor is excellent at communicating with parents and students and he is also very good at listening and acting on everyones feedback. Highly recommend QEA!!read more

Victor is excellent at communicating with parents and students and he is also very good at listening and acting on everyones feedback. Highly recommend QEA!!read more

quan van

My son took a summer class from Queens Elizabeth Academy to improve his ability to do math. During this month, I can see a huge improvement because his mindset of learning and practicing his math skills are incredible. Huge thank you to Queens Elizabeth Academy for helping my son and helping his learning abilities.

Jasmine Duong

My brother has enjoyed his tutoring immensely, and the tutors were kind and attentive throughout the quick paced overall tutoring period. Would definitely recommend QEA to anyone looking for summer tutoring.

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*Note that Queen Elizabeth premise are currently located in Mississauga, Oakvile and Etobicoke. For the other locations, we offer online live tutoring over zoom.

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Problem solving practice (G8-12). You can use University of Waterloo Contest to practice

- University of Waterloo Gauss Contest (G7-8)
- University of Waterloo Pascal Contest (G9)
- University of Waterloo Cayley Contest (G10)
- University of Waterloo Fermat Contest (G11)
- University of Waterloo Euclid Contest (G12)

Ministry of Education Math Curriculum: You can obtain the full curriculum and the path ways between course from the Ministry of Education Curriculum site.

Ministry Policy Document on Math courses: You can obtain the rules for dropping or enrolling courses in high school in Ontario, via the Ministry of Education Policy Document.

University Application Site: If you are grade 12, you need to submit your grades via OUAC. Here are the information of OUAC site.

General University info: if you are in grade 12 and want to obtain general university info, you can visit QE University Admission page.

Python Coding progam: if you are looking into computer science,QE provide python programs.

Olympaid: If you are an advanced student and wants to compete at the global stage, you can attempt Mathematics Olympaid.

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