There's No Catch.
I know that some companies try to schedule a “free call” just to get you on a sales call.
We are different.
The free parent discovery call is not a sales call.
We call it a discovery call because its purpose is for us to discover your math goal for your child, your priorities and aspirations for them, and learn more about them and their learning preferences.
Also, the discovery call is for you to discover how we can help your child accomplish their math goals, and to get all of your questions answered.
With all this important information, IF we decide to work together, we can give your child the best possible tutoring match, best evaluation and guaranteed, superior results and learning experience.
Based on the conversation, we will decide if we should work together.
If we both decide that you are a good fit for our program, we will move forward.
If we don't both agree that you are a good fit for our program – we will not move forward.
Why do we do it this way?
We have requirements that guarantee your child's success in math.
IF they meet the requirements.
Our goal is to get your child to a B+ or higher in 9 weeks.
It is the strongest guarantee, and the only grade guarantee in the industry.
But our availability is limited and we don't simply accept everyone into the program.
This program is exclusive, with only 6 spots left.
Moreover, lets' be honest: with our high-level tutoring service, the failure would be costly for us.
Our tutoring is a high-level, 1-on-1 service and our top-talent tutors are paid well.
Regardless if we have to issue a refund, we still pay our tutors for their work.
Since we do not want to lose money, we only admit families who we are 100% confident we will deliver spectacular results for.
Are you a good fit?
In order to qualify, you must:
Your child must:
- be committed to your child's math progress
- be able to dedicate a minimum of 2 hours per week in your child's schedule to their math tutoring
- be ready to follow our exact instructions and directions
- be ready to follow our step-by-step guidance and instructions
- be in middle school or high school
- have had C or lower in their math class last semester