Originally founded by a McGill math grad/instructor with 8+ years of professional experience, Math Vault now offers math tutoring — either in downtown Montreal or online — to the following 60+ McGill / Concordia / Athabasca / Carleton / TÉLUQ / Yorkville math courses:
- 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)
- 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)
- 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)
- Statistics for Practitioners (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)
Are your children high-school students in high standing, or college / CÉGEP students passionate in pursuing a mathematically-oriented discipline? If so, we'll try our best in converting them into amateur mathematicians. Here is a list of courses currently on the table for our younger students:
Grade 12 Mathematics or Equivalent
Need a solid foundation in Grade 12 math? Or maybe there's no Grade 12 math in your province? No sweat, we’ll teach it! This includes trigonometry, calculus, linear algebra and statistics!
- Pre-Calculus 12 (British Colombia)
- Mathematics 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)
College-Level Mathematics or Equivalent
- 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 201-316-VA)
Standardized Test Preparation
Need some math boost to get into the school/profession of your first choice?, Fear not! We'll train you for resiliency so that you can defend yourself against the worst odds when the time comes!
What Others Are Saying...
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McGill University Exchange Student
I got a 95 on my logic exam!!!! aweessommmeeeee so happy. thank you for your help over the semester again!
McGill University Philosophy Student
Good news! I killed the Probability Final. Thanks for your help in fine-tuning my problem-solving skills before the exam. Have a great summer!
McGill University Software Engineering Student
Hi, I just received my exams’ result. First one 12.5/15 and second one 14.25/15!
TÉLUQ Statistics Student
Just got bk the exam received the b- i needed! Thanks for all the help.
Carleton University Public Administration Graduate Student
I passed math! Just thought I’d let you know! Thanks for all your help! Happy holidays !!
Concordia University Student
I JUST DESTROYED THAT TEST! thank you so much for your help, i could not have done it without you!
McGill University Software Engineering and Economics Student
Hey! I’m that girl you tutored for math 200 alex, I just wanted to say thank you cause I passed my exam!!! thank you so much!!!!!!
Concordia University Student
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!
McGill University Economics Student
Tom [@ Math Vault] 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!
McGill University Logic Student
Tom [@ Math Vault] 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.
McGill University Math Education Student
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!
McGill University Nursing Student
I got an A- in Stats. Just wanted to let you know!!! I’m so happy!!! Thanks again for your help!!!
McGill University Psychology Student
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Whether you're looking for individual help or group sessions (hosted in Downtown Montreal or online), note that we're here to help you mathematically step up your game.
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