What is the tuition and fee structure?
See http://www.mathseed.org/tuition

What are the class schedules?
See http://www.mathseed.org/calendar

How to get a make-up class?
Students are responsible to attend their scheduled class. MathSeed does not guarantee any make-up class availability.

If a student cannot attend the original scheduled class, the student can attend another session in the same week as make-up class ONLY IF there is space available in the other session. Maximum capacity of each class is 8 students. Click here to find the date of the other sessions in the same week for your grade. Please email info@mathseed.org to request for make-up class (Email us at least ONE week before your planned missing class if possible). We will reply by email with available make-up class schedules the week before the student's original class.
In case of emergency (e.g. sickness, fever, etc) and make-up class is not available, the parents need to email us within 24 hours of the original class time to schedule a Q&A study session.

Q&A Study Session
  • The student must schedule an appointment by email for the Q&A study session. There are limited seats.
  • The student should preview the missed class contents and prepare to ask questions before coming to the Q&A study session. The pages of class content can be found here.
The first 5 make-up classes / study sessions in each semester are free. There is $10 charge for additional make-up class after the 5th make-up class in the same semester.

What is the student-teacher ratio?
Each class has a maximum of 8 students to 1 teacher.

Can I enroll in the middle of the school year?
Yes, the tuition will be prorated according to the number of sessions remained if a student enrolls after the course started.

What grade and class can my child enroll in?
All new students must take a free assessment to determine the level before enrollment.  Please sign up for a free assessment & program orientation.

Are there branches at other locations?
See our locations at http://www.mathseed.org/locations

Some tutoring centers advertise their instructors hold Ph.D., are they better to help my child?
The learning process of young children is different from college students.  Young children require a teacher who knows how to teach them.  Most college instructors can present a math concept, but they don’t know if the student understands it or not.  They are often not able to use different teaching strategies for students with different learning abilities.  What we need from a good instructor is a balance of teaching experience and knowledge backgrounds.