Discover in depth the 10 meta-cognitive principles higher math folks use to absorb math quickly, overcome intellectual plateaus while having a *great* time.

Most guides on mathematical learning are either too **shallow**, too **narrow** or too **K-12**, so we decided to create a better one instead.

As a tutoring agency covering the juncture between **lower** and **higher mathematics**, we often cater to a wide range of students with various levels and backgrounds in mathematics.

But because of that, there's also a **troubling trend** which we can't help but notice...

We observed that the vast majority of students really aren't well prepared to tackle mathematics **beyond the K-12 level** at all!

For example, they would:

because there was a time where we were *just like them* as well:

For example, we would:

So, what is it that we and many others were **missing**?

But you may ask, "how could that be!?" After all, most of us have at least **10 years** of math under our belt by the time we finish high school.

"Our system — here in North America at least — is primarily set up to teach the most **miniaturized form** of mathematics, aiming for almost the lowest common denominator."

So no wonder why our society has become so **mathematically fragile** — with most of us having little clue as how to tackle mathematics except the simplest.

Or to put it more bluntly, we're living in the "**mathematical matrix**", without realizing that we're being **mathematically domesticated** as we speak.

And because of that, our team decided to embark on a journey — to be on the lookout for a **guide** that would solve that problem.

We also started to reminisce extensively on our own experience, and to do some research around the **topic** pretty much right away.

However. as we delve deeper into the **researching process**,

Instead, what we did find are **stuffs** such as:

Essentially, we weren't able to find a **guide** on math learning that is:

So, we decided to do the **obvious thing**...

— which is to **write the guide ourselves**.

And then, after **5 months** of:

We finally managed to compile our **research** and **experience** into a guide similar to the one described above...

— where we reveal 10 **powerful**, **rarely-elaborated principles** on higher mathematical learning.

Introducing...

— 10 Principles to Mathematical Transcendence

So just what kind of **principles** and **concepts** are we talking about?

For example, for each **chapter**:

And while the guide is primarily structured to be non-technical, it also strikes a balance to include a wide range of **examples** from fields such as:

(to be sure, these are examples that could very well be covered either before or during the **first year** of a typical math undergraduate study.)

In fact, most of the ideas and concepts featured in the guide are **research-backed**,

yet framed in an **entirely original way**.

These include:

If anything, there's a chance that you might find some of the advice there **counter-intuitive** or **shocking**.

**Heck, it might even change your conception of the role of a mathematical learner**/**educator in our society**!

Along the way, we've also introduced a series of **modules** to make the guide more complete and insightful:

And some other **notable features** such as:

And of course. The overview wouldn't be complete without some **memorable lines** from the guide such as:

"Taking responsibility in choosing our own math materials is better than getting struck with resources which we don't find particularly useful."

In other words, if you're interested in:

then The Definitive Guide to Learning Higher Mathematics would be a good place to start your **awakening**!

**In fact, this is the guide we wished we've had — before even starting our journey in higher mathematics**!

P.S. — Congratulation! Looks like you've just made it through the end of our presentation! For any question, just drop us a line at [email protected] and we would be more than happy to help you out!