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All Random Math programs place importance on developing problem solving skills. Our students leverage mathematics as a tool and internalize a diverse set of approaches.
While our students are competitive, they learn to be great teammates as well.
To win as a team, students must help each other understand concepts and solve problems.
Our students' develop a passion to teach others that manifests during and after our classes.
We give students personalized course recommendations, and provide flexibility to support a diversity of skill levels and experiences.
Students from different grade levels can be in the same class if they are on the same skill level.
16 of our students qualified for USA(J)MO. They are among the top 250 in the country.
Our students placed first in individual rounds of the Exeter Math Competition.
The Harvard-MIT Math Tournament is one of the largest high school competitions in the world.
Several of our elementary and middle school students placed first in the Math League competitions.
This program is suitable for students in grades 3 to 12. Younger students are encouraged to apply if they are sufficiently mathematically advanced.
This program is not recommended for students struggling in math. However, we are happy to recommend resources suitable for your child based on his/her assessment.
The classes are currently held online to ensure everyone's safety during the pandemic.
When our locations reopen, classes will be held online and at Random Math's Cupertino location: 21580 Stevens Creek Blvd. Suite #106.
The classes are held on weekends and weekdays. Each class is 2 hours long. Students enrolled in competitive courses will need to attend an additional weekly 2-hour practice session.
Assessments help us create appropriate goals for each student and better understand their motivation level and current proficiency in problem solving and mathematics.
This also helps us identify a suitable class placement for the student and provide recommendations for future growth and development.
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