As an advocate for **customized**, **interactive** education for students of higher mathematics, we offer various **tutoring**, **coaching** and **consulting** services for university / CÉGEP / Grade 12 students and other working professionals.

## Course-Based University Tutoring

Originally founded by a McGill math grad/instructor with 5+ years of professional experience, Math Vault now offers math tutoring — either in Montreal or online — to the following 60+ McGill / Concordia / Athabasca / Carleton / TÉLUQ / Yorkville math courses:

### College Math

- Fundamental Concepts of Algebra (Concordia
**MATH 200**) - Elementary Functions (Concordia
**MATH 201**) - College Algebra (Concordia
**MATH 202**) - Algebra and Functions (Concordia
**MATH 206**) - Fundamental Mathematics I (Concordia
**MATH 208**) - Mathematics for Management (McGIll
**CMS2 500**) - Foundation of Mathematics (McGill
**CMSC 000**) - Mathematical Tools for Management Professionals (McGill
**CMSC 101**) - Mathematics for Education Students (McGill
**MATH 111**) - Fundamentals of Mathematics (McGill
**MATH 112**) - The Art of Mathematics (McGill
**MATH 180**)

### Linear Algebra

- Calculus and Linear Algebra (Concordia
**MAST 214**) - Vectors and Matrices (Concordia
**MATH 204**) - Linear Algebra (McGill
**BREE 103**) - Linear Algebra and Probability (McGill
**MATH 123**) - Linear Algebra and Geometry (McGill
**MATH 133**)

### Calculus

- Differential and Integral Calculus I (Concordia
**MATH 203**) - Differential and Integral Calculus II (Concordia
**MATH 205**) - Fundamental Mathematics II (Concordia
**MATH 209**) - Calculus 1 (McGill
**AEMA 101**) - Calculus 2 (McGill
**AEMA 102**) - Principles of Calculus (McGill
**CMSC 001**) - Advanced Calculus (McGIll
**CMSC 002**) - Calculus for Management (McGill
**MATH 122**) - Calculus 1 with Precalculus (McGill
**MATH 139**) - Calculus 1 (McGill
**MATH 140**) - Calculus 2 (McGill
**MATH 141**) - Calculus A (McGill
**MATH 150**)

### Logic

### Probability

- Probability and Statistics (Concordia
**ENGR 371**) - Applied Probability (Concordia
**MAST 221**) - Probability I (Concordia
**STAT 249**) - Probability and Statistics for Engineers (McGill
**ECSE 205**) - Probability (McGill
**MATH 323**)

### Statistics

- Introduction to Statistics (Athabasca
**MATH 215**) - Statistics for Business and Economics I (Athabasca
**MGSC 301**) - Research Methods and Design II (Carleton
**PADM 5114**) - Business Statistics (Concordia
**COMM 215**) - Discover Statistics (Concordia
**INTE 296**) - Applied Statistics (Concordia
**MAST 333**) - Statistics I (Concordia
**SOCI 212**) - Statistical Methods 1 (McGill
**AEMA 310**) - Biometry (McGill
**BIOL 373**) - Applied Management Statistics (McGill
**CMS2 521**) - Applied Quantitative Methods (McGill
**CMSC 221**) - Economic Statistics (McGill
**ECON 227D1**/**227D2**) - Educational Measurements (McGill
**EDPE 575**) - Biostatistics for Health Professionals (McGill
**EPIB 507**) - Principles of Statistics 1 (McGill
**MATH 203**) - Business Statistics (McGill
**MGCR 271**) - Introductory Management Statistics (McGill
**MGCR 273**) - Introduction to Statistics for OT/PT (McGill
**POTH 204**) - Introduction to Psychological Statistics (McGill
**PSYC 204**) - Statistics in Social Research (McGill
**SOCI 350**) - Les statistiques et leurs applications (TÉLUQ
**STA 1001**) - Statistics for Business (Yorkville
**BUSI 1013**)

### Proof-based Mathematics

- Mathematics for Computer Science (Concordia
**COMP 232**) - Introduction to Mathematical Thinking (Concordia
**MAST 217**) - Analysis I (Concordia
**MATH 364**) - Algebra 1 (McGill
**MATH 235**) - Discrete Structures 1 (McGill
**MATH 240**) - Analysis 1 (McGill
**MATH 242**)

## Course-Based Pre-University Tutoring/Teaching

Are your children **high-school** students in high standing, or college/**CÉGEP** students passionate in pursuing a mathematically-oriented discipline? If so, we want to take them to the next level (including turning them into amateur mathematicians 😉 ). Here is a list of subjects currently in the offer for our little students:

### Grade 12 Mathematics or Equivalent

Need a boost in Grade 12 math or *no grade 12 in your province*? No sweat, we’ll teach it. This includes **calculus**, **linear algebra** and **statistics**!

**Pre-Calculus 12**(British Colombia)**Math 30-1**(Alberta)**Pre-Calculus 30**(Saskatchewan)**Pre-Calculus 40S**(Manitoba)- Advanced Functions
**MHF4U**(Ontario) - Calculus and Vectors
**MCV4U**(Ontario) - Mathematics of Data Management
**MDM4U**(Ontario) - Mathematics for College Technology
**MCT4C**(Ontario) - Foundations for College Mathematics
**MAP4C**(Ontario) **Mathematics 536**(Québec)**Mathematik 11**(German International Abitur)**Mathematik 12**(German International Abitur)

### CÉGEP

- Algebra and Functions (
**201-016-50**) - Algebra and Trigonometry (
**201-015-50**) - Calculus I — Non-Science (
**201-103-RE**,**201-103-VA**,**201-103-DW**) - Calculus II — Non-Science (
**201-203-RE**,**201-203-VA**,**201-203-DW**) - Differential Calculus — Arts and Sciences (
**201-AS1-EN**) - Integral Calculus — Arts and Sciences (
**201-AS2-AB**) - Calculus I — Science (
**201-NYA-05**) - Calculus II — Science (
**201-NYB-05**) - Engineering Mathematics II (
**201-942-DW**) - Applied Mathematics for Electronics Engineering (
**201-943-DW**) - Linear Algebra — Non-Science (
**201-105-DW**,**201-105-RE**) - Linear Algebra — Arts and Sciences (
**201-AS4-AB**) - Linear Algebra — Science (
**201-NYC-05**) - Probability and Statistics — Science (
**201-BZS-05**,**201-HTH-05**) - Statistics — Arts and Sciences (
**201-AS3-AB**) - Advanced Statistics — Social Science (
**201-301-RE**,**201-301-VA**,**201-401-DW**) - Statistical Methods — Science (
**201-DDD-05**) - Quantitative Methods (
**Centennial QME 201**,**Vanier 360-300-VA**,**Dawson 360-300-DW**) - Business Data Analysis (
**Vanier 201-900-VA**)

## Coaching

In addition to the above courses, coaching on the following subjects are also given for those who are interested:

### Standardized Test Preparation

Need some math test prep for high school, college, university, graduate school, or even your profession? Here is a list of standardized tests currently in the offer:

- ISEE (Upper Level) — Quantitative Reasoning, Mathematics Achievement
- SSAT (Upper Level) — Quantitative Sections
- PSAT — Mathematics Section
- SAT — Mathematics Sections
- ACT Mathematics Test
- DAT — Quantitative Reasoning Test (ADA)
- PCAT — Quantitative Ability Section
- GMAT — Quantitative Sections (Problem Solving, Data Sufficiency)
- GRE — Quantitative Reasoning
- AP Calculus AB
- AP Calculus BC
- AP Statistics
- SOA — Exam P (Probability)

### Document Preparation

### Mental Mathematics

- Mental Arithmetic
- Mental Calculus

## Tutoring Procedures / Policies

Whether you are mathematical (a favorite term among math tutors) or novice in mathematics, we offer both *one-on-one* and *group tutoring* sessions either in person (sessions held in Montreal) or online. We also offer discount packages for *bulk payments*, and discount program for *group sessions* (see policy). For more, you can reach us via:

**• E-Mail**:

**• ****Phone**:

**• ****Facebook**: facebook.com/mathvault

**• ****Twitter**: twitter.com/mathvault

**• Linkedin**: linkedin.com/company/math-vault

**• C****ontact Form **(below)

Evie K.

January 6, 2014 @ 4:06 pm

Hi Tom!

Hope you’re doing well!

I got an A- in Stats. Just wanted to let you know!!! I’m so happy!!!

Thanks again for your help!!!

Also, thanks for sending the baroque music from the 21st century link; so cool.

Evelyn

Math Vault

January 7, 2014 @ 4:10 pm

Lovely. Thanks!

Evangeline R. G.

February 7, 2014 @ 4:08 pm

Hey, great news – I got an A- in the logic exam! Thanks to you!

Take that, Fitch&friends

Math Vault

February 7, 2014 @ 4:13 pm

An absolutely wonderful feat! Thanks for sharing 🙂

Molly

May 13, 2014 @ 4:09 pm

ahhh very cool!

i hope you’re doing well, tom!

ps, i got a 95 on my logic exam!!!! aweessommmeeeee so happy. thank you for your help over the semester again!

Math Vault

May 14, 2014 @ 4:15 pm

Well. You owned it. 🙂

Fiona H.

May 15, 2014 @ 4:09 pm

Hi Tom,

I hope you are doing well. I wanted to let you know I passed statistics! I could not have done it without your help. I thank you so much and many blessings to you. Have a great summer!

Math Vault

May 15, 2014 @ 4:17 pm

Glad it helped.

Anonymous

April 19, 2015 @ 5:37 pm

Tom is a fantastic tutor! His deductive logic lessons were helpful and I’ve found continued use for everything I learned even in law school. Thanks Tom!

Math Vault

April 19, 2015 @ 6:32 pm

I actually contemplated about writing a textbook on first-order logic which would covers using a proof system and some metatheories, but I guess it would take too much time for that to happen. Not in my schedule now – Maybe later 😉

Victoria

April 19, 2015 @ 5:39 pm

Yeah. Agreed.

Math Vault

April 19, 2015 @ 6:34 pm

I don’t know why. After having been exposed to some many subjects in higher mathematics, logic just happens to be my favorite!

Chris

April 27, 2015 @ 7:43 pm

Tom was the only person I found that was able to truly help me in what I found to be one of the most difficult courses of my degree, Algebra 1. Thank you very much Tom.

Math Vault

April 27, 2015 @ 9:32 pm

Proof-based courses could be a challenge to teach of course. No doubt that major tutoring companies are not offering these courses, as they take substantially more preparation and the demand is simply not there comparing to applied math courses such as calculus and statistics.

Matthew

May 2, 2015 @ 1:23 am

Hey Tom,

Just took the final and I think I did alright! Most of it was hypothesis testing which I knew well. I stupidly forgot normal distribution percentages but other than that it was good. Thanks again for the help!

Math Vault

May 2, 2015 @ 1:24 am

It’s the 68-95-99 rule 😉

CS

May 3, 2015 @ 4:59 pm

It was my pleasure to comment on your website. You saved me in Algebra I. Thanks again for your help

Math Vault

May 3, 2015 @ 5:00 pm

No problem. Thank

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May 29, 2015 @ 10:40 am

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so I came too take a look. I’m definitely enjoying the information. I’m book-marking andd will be tweeting this to my followers!

Fantastic blog and brillliant design.

Math Vault

May 29, 2015 @ 10:46 am

Now that’s a surprise! Thanks a bunch mate!

Logan

June 4, 2015 @ 11:36 am

Hey Tom,

Good news! I killed the Probability Final. Thanks for your help in fine-tuning my problem-solving skills before the exam.

If there was anything I would change, I personally would have preferred a faster-pace but I’m the type of guy who watches lectures at 4x speed so dont take my word for it :p

Have a great summer!

Math Vault

June 4, 2015 @ 2:58 pm

Hehe…reminds me of myself when I was in school. Yeah, I’ve since learn the wisdom of patience and slowing down my speech (just because it generally takes a bit of time for students to digest sentences). However, it seems that I have also forgotten the wisdom of speeding up when I get people like you. 😉

Joel

July 3, 2015 @ 2:24 pm

Hey Tom. That mock ad was hilarious and makes my day. Any new one coming in the near future?

Math Vault

July 3, 2015 @ 2:29 pm

Ha! Probably not! That was the byproduct of a rage against marketing hypes, and fortunately I was able to channel all those negative energy into “good” use! 🙂

Elmira

August 10, 2015 @ 9:27 pm

Hi, I just received my exams’ result. First one 12.5/15 and second one 14.25/15!

Math Vault

August 10, 2015 @ 9:29 pm

Wonderful! Thanks!

Pascale

August 22, 2015 @ 1:21 pm

Hi Tom!!

How are you?

Thank you for your help! It was very helpful. I think I will pass my exam…

Sorry for last period we met, I was very tired!

So thanks again and maybe see you again if not, have a nice life and don’t forget to travel 🙂

Math Vault

August 22, 2015 @ 1:23 pm

Good to know. Will definitely be constantly in pursuit of a great life. Lots of adventures ahead for sure. 😉

Benjamin

November 23, 2015 @ 7:01 pm

Hey tom,

Just got bk the exam received the b- i needed! Will email you to set up the regression appointment we need to kill it 80 min.

Thanks for all the help.

Ben

Math Vault

November 23, 2015 @ 9:44 pm

That’s wonderful. Consider your background in stats that should be taken as a great feat. Well done!

Julia

December 23, 2015 @ 8:22 am

Hey Tom ! I passed math 🙂 just thought I’d let you know! Thanks for all your help! Happy holidays !!

Math Vault

December 23, 2015 @ 1:13 pm

Lovely. You too!

Alexandra

December 31, 2015 @ 4:50 pm

hey! I’m that girl you tutored for math 200 alex, I just wanted to say thank youcause I passed my exam!!! thank you so much!!!!!!

Math Vault

December 31, 2015 @ 5:51 pm

Wonderful. This means that you can sit back and enjoy the rest of the holidays in 2015. 🙂 Good job!

Philip

April 18, 2016 @ 8:43 pm

I JUST DESTROYED THAT TEST! thank you so much for your help, i could not have done it without you!

-Philip

Math Vault

April 19, 2016 @ 9:12 am

Hey Philip. Wonderful! You’ve done a great job, and it keeps us going you know. 🙂