Cuemath’s program fee doesn't vary based on the city of residence. The Cuemath fee is designed in a way to offer the highest value while covering all applicable taxes and costs including workbooks and technology-based learning.
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The price includes
All applicable taxes
Personalized attention in the online class
Tracking and monitoring student performance and monthly insights based on the observations
Access to the in-class Cuemath app for exercises that focus on math skills and aptitude
Assignments that are given after every class
At-home access to the practice app (currently for grade 3 to 8 only)
At-home access to concept revision exercises (currently for grade 4 to 8 only)
Cuemath Fee for All Grades
Cuemath's fee is not the same for all the grades. Cuemath's program fee is designed in a way to offer the maximum value while covering all costs applicable. Cuemath is an ongoing maths program from Year 2 to Year 9, so all students of these grades can join Cuemath. Both the online and offline form of learning in Cuemath are a session of 1-hour each.
Cuemath Fee for All Grades Is mentioned below in the Downloadable PDF.
Cuemath fee is considerably lesser than most other learning programs that offer math learning for school syllabus and crash courses for competitive exams. Comparatively, Cuemath offers more value for the fee paid than any other program.
Cuemath covers all school math topics but in a way that’s most effective, and does more.
Consistently delivers learning outcomes because of the Cuemath method.
Engages children and make them fall in love with math.
A customized learning plan for each child and constant performance tracking and reporting.
There are more learning tools offered for at-home learning at no additional cost.
Why is the fee for a KG student and an 8th-grade student the same?
The time, effort and learning material required for any grade student is almost the same. Younger students would require additional help and attention for linguistic ability and understanding of base concepts while the older students would need additional support for conceptual understanding and cue for creating their own learning models for better performance.
The following aspects of the Cuemath class remain the same for all students:
2 classes for 1 hour each per week.
Learning through online worksheets, interactive simulations and puzzle cards in all classes.
Access to in-class student app for learning and a parent for progress updates.
The Cuemath program fee depends on the tenure paying for. Although there is no fee differentiation by city.
While priced relatively lower than popular math programs, at that cost, the Cuemath program offers a higher value than other math learning programs.
The cost of the program is the same across the grades as the teacher efforts, learning material and access to technology is the same for all the grades.
Cuemath, a student-friendly mathematics and coding platform, conducts regular Online Live Classes for academics and skill-development, and their Mental Math App, on both iOS and Android, is a one-stop solution for kids to develop multiple skills.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
1. What is the Cuemath Learning system?
Cuemath is a program developed for children from grades 1-12 to teach them math in a fun and exciting way. The curriculum is designed after intense research and iterations by experts from IITs and Cambridge.
2. Is Cuemath app free?
Cuemath app is a free learning app for kids of Kindergarten to class 12. It offers brain training, live online classes with coding & math tutors, math games and other tools for kids to build problem solving skills and elevate their IQ.
3. What is the fees for Cuemath?
Cuemath has competitive pricing for both the teachers and students who wish to be a part of the Cuemath journey. Please visit our website to explore the range of courses offered.
4. How is Cuemath curriculum/methodology in Cuemath Online Program different from school/tuition?
Cuemath is an online Math learning program where learners have Math experts teaching them one on one. At the Cuemath online class, students learn math, by working out problems on their own under the watchful guidance of their teacher. If they get stuck somewhere, the teacher gently nudges the student in the direction of the answer. This develops the learner’s minds and cultivates a problem-solving attitude.