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Webinar: Learning to learn Math

Dear All,

The last webinar went off pretty well and since then I have had a good number of comments on the blog, especially post SimCAT 1, and maybe the shock that quite a few got after seeing their QA scores.

I have always felt that there are two kinds of people in the world those who are good at Math and those who irrespective of their attitude towards Math never do well on a Math Test (there can be any number of sentences starting with there are two kinds of people in this world :-))

The second group somehow believes that the problem is with them. The problem though lies not with them but with the way they have been taught Math and with the way they have been tested on Math for the first 15 years of their life.

Undoing that is not easy but it has to be done if Mathematical aptitude is a requirement for a particular career.

So I thought I will do a webinar on how to learn Math, how to learn Math irrespective of how you are learning — a book, an recorded video, a live session. To do this I will take my most favourite concept — Weighted Averages — teach it and solve a few problems using the same (obviously like last time we will have a few stories and stuff)

This webinar is for those who irrespective of their background are not doing as well as they would like to on CAT QA or are just scared of Math.

The capacity of the webinar is 1000, the recording will also be made available in a few days post the session.

Title: Learning to learn Math

Date: 16-May

Time: 21:30

Register  — https://tinyurl.com/yblzmm8q

 

 

 

 

 

 

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