How It Works

Online International Board Math Tutoring is a comprehensive program designed to support students studying math within the framework of international curricula. Our experienced tutors provide personalized instruction tailored to the specific requirements of various international math boards, such as the International Baccalaureate (IB), Cambridge International Examinations (CIE), or Advanced Placement (AP). Through interactive lessons, problem-solving activities, and practice exercises, students will develop a deep understanding of mathematical concepts and build the necessary skills to excel in their math studies. The program aims to promote critical thinking, problem-solving abilities, and a solid foundation in mathematics.

By the end of this comprehensive program, students will have developed a strong foundation in mathematical concepts, enhanced their problem-solving skills, and gained confidence in their ability to tackle complex math problems. They will be well-prepared to excel in their math studies and succeed in international math examinations. Most importantly, they will have developed a deep appreciation for the beauty and applicability of mathematics.


Module 1: Number and Algebra (Duration: 4 weeks)

  • Exploring number systems, properties of numbers, and number sequences.
  • Solving equations, inequalities, and simultaneous equations.
  • Understanding functions, graphs, and their transformations.
  • Practicing operations with polynomials and rational expressions.

Module 2: Geometry and Trigonometry (Duration: 4 weeks)

  • Exploring geometric concepts, such as angles, triangles, polygons, and circles.
  • Applying geometric theorems and solving problems involving congruence and similarity.
  • Introducing trigonometric functions, identities, and their applications.
  • Investigating properties of 2D and 3D shapes.

Module 3: Statistics and Probability (Duration: 4 weeks)

  • Collecting and analyzing data using various statistical methods.
  • Interpreting and representing data through graphs and charts.
  • Understanding measures of central tendency, dispersion, and correlation.
  • Exploring probability concepts, including sample spaces, permutations, and combinations.

Module 4: Calculus (Duration: 4 weeks)

  • Understanding the concept of limits, continuity, and differentiation.
  • Applying differentiation rules and solving optimization problems.
  • Exploring integration techniques and their applications.
  • Introducing differential equations and their solutions.

Module 5: Mathematical Reasoning and Proof (Duration: 3 weeks)

  • Developing logical reasoning skills and proof techniques.
  • Understanding the structure of mathematical proofs and logical arguments.
  • Applying deductive reasoning in various mathematical contexts.
  • Engaging in problem-solving activities that require critical thinking and justification.

Module 6: Exam Preparation and Practice (Duration: 4 weeks)

  • Reviewing key concepts and topics covered in the curriculum.
  • Practicing past exam papers and sample questions.
  • Developing exam strategies, time management, and problem-solving techniques.
  • Providing guidance and support for exam preparation.

Module 7: Advanced Topics (Duration: 3 weeks)

  • Exploring advanced topics based on the specific curriculum and student's level.
  • Introducing topics such as complex numbers, matrices, vectors, or mathematical induction.
  • Addressing any additional topics or concepts required by the student's curriculum.

Module 8: Individualized Support and Feedback (Ongoing)

  • Providing personalized attention to address specific areas of difficulty or interest.
  • Offering additional practice exercises, worksheets, and resources as needed.
  • Providing regular feedback and progress reports to students and parents.
  • Offering guidance and support for math projects or extended assignments.

Note: The curriculum mentioned here is a general framework. The specific content and duration of each module can be customized based on the specific requirements of the student's international math board and the student's grade level or course.