Smartick: Excellent Tutoring Program
“This is an excellent tutoring program, designed to help students excel in school.”
Many parents compare Smartick to a 1-to-1 tutoring experience. The Artificial Intelligence technology behind our program makes that possible, identifying children’s needs effectively, and serving them the exact mathematical nutrients they need to keep growing and advancing. All at their own pace.
Anette, from A Net in Time, has no doubts. The variety of exercises her son has come across during his trial period piqued her interest: “Each session is divided into two sections. A section with a lot of math questions. The second section is shorter and focuses just on word problems.” She goes on to talk about how Smartick helps her son improve his speed of resolution and his mental math abilities. “He loves that it is quick,” she says. And all the time it’s boosting his logical thinking skills.
Her family also enjoy the performance reports. Parents receive a summary of their child’s math session straight to their inbox. “Both my son and I love the immediacy of the reports. It seems the very minute he’s done I get an email telling me about the session he just completed”, explains Anette. They provide information on the performance of the student and also about the content they’ve been working on during their 15-minute math session.
This Canadian blogger also talks about Smartick’s customer service team. “We only found one error in the program, which was corrected very quickly. I have found their customer service to be outstanding.” We are indeed very easy to reach. Parents can call us, talk to us via the online chat, or send us a quick email. We take all feedback seriously and respond to everyone within 48 hours.
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