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Yes, a qualitative assessment helps us understand student’s goals from the program, her/his motivation level, and current proficiency in problem solving and mathematics.
This also helps us identify a suitable class placement for the student and to provide recommendations for future growth and development of the prospective student.
To respect the privacy of our coaches and other students, Random Math does not grant access to lecture recordings.
All students will have access to the coach's daily lecture notes. If your child is absent on any day, he or she should reference the notes to catch up on the material.
Each session runs with a different goal in mid. In the morning sessions, our coaches teach students new mathematical concepts. In the afternoons, students practice contest problems to refine their competitive math skills. For a competitive track it is best to enroll in both sessions (full day).
You may withdraw your child and discontinue from Random Math. Standard refund policy and general policy will apply. Please refer to our policies or contact us for details.
All four courses namely Number Theory, Algebra, Geometry and Combinatorics are part of Random Math’s Integrated Math Curriculum. Our students advance in all four areas every year. However, if your child does not have time to attend all four camps, we encourage you to discuss with your child and make the decision. Sometimes the selection may be based on what they enjoy most while other times they may want to address one or more of their weaker areas.
There will be concepts and problems in all four areas to learn more and advance further.
Parents cannot choose levels for their child.
Our philosophy is to maximize the benefit to our campers. Student’s level would be decided based on assessment on first day of the camp as well as at the discretion of the coach based on classroom discussions during the camp. Students who complete the registration at least a month before the start date of the camp will have an option to get an assessment done prior to the start of the camp to determine the student’s starting level.
No, student’s level may change depending on the topics. For example, a student may be at Level 6 in Algebra but Level 5 in Geometry.
There will be a maximum of 16 students in a class at any time.
Yes – The sample topics as well as sample problems are available on course specific page.
Yes. There is a fee of $50 assessment fee per camp. The fee will be applied to the summer camp if the student decides to enroll for the camp. You will also be communicated on the camp level that your child would be able to attend.
Yes – There is no additional fee. Furthermore, you would be provided with a 20-minute slot with the coach to discuss any follow up questions.
Yes, we will organize open house where our coach(es) and Teaching Assistants will answer your question. Please sign-up for the open house.
Yes, Random Math offers a paid consulting session of 30 minutes with the coach. This discussion will happen after the student takes an assessment. Here you can ask any specific questions and work with the coach to develop a plan for your child. It is, however, a paid service with a consulting fee of $150 for a 30-minute session.
If you have any generic questions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will respond to your question within 48 hours as well as add your questions to the FAQ list for benefit of other parents.