Advanced Mathematics Course

Gold reserve: preserving school knowledge. We will help your child firmly remember the material covered in the past academic year for an easy start in the new one!

“Why do I need to know all these logarithms and differential equations?! Will this be useful in life?” How often did you yourself, while studying at school, utter this phrase with indignation? And they were wrong.

No one argues that if a child plans to study complex technical specialties or go into the exact sciences after school, then this will definitely be useful to him. But why should a future humanities student study mathematics in depth?

If it were any other science, we would agree. A literary scholar does not need advanced physics, a psychologist is unlikely to benefit from an advanced study of chemistry, and a deep knowledge of computer science will not help a journalist. But not mathematics! It is no coincidence that this science underlies most other disciplines, including many in the humanities.

Mathematics is an interdisciplinary science. It is the basic foundation for physics, geography, geology, chemistry, and computer science. Sociology and economics are very closely related to mathematics. And even such purely humanistic sciences as linguistics and journalism rely on mathematical and logical laws.

The great artists of the Renaissance already used the laws of mathematics in their works. In particular, the golden ratio and the laws of perspective. It has long been proven that gifted musicians are usually also gifted mathematically. They write beautiful music by intuitively using proportions and symmetry in musical forms.

But that’s not the point. The fact is that there is no better way to develop the “muscles” of your brain than mathematics. Studying higher mathematics promotes the enhanced formation of new neural connections. The ability to solve complex problems in mathematics forms the ability to solve any problems in adult life – both in everyday life and in a future profession.

A study by the University of Nottingham, using data from 1970, found that studying maths well before age 18 led to better paid jobs. Those who studied math in depth had 11% higher wages by age 34. Similar studies conducted previously by other research organizations yielded exactly the same results.

Researchers at Oxford University found that teenagers who studied maths in depth had higher levels of a brain chemical important for memory, learning and problem solving.

So mathematics is a universal tool that will benefit your child not only in future work, but also in life. The main thing is to understand its perfect laws. And once understood, the child will be able to see their beauty. And then studying mathematics will also become a great pleasure for him.

  • academic performance in all other subjects increases
  • thinking and cognitive abilities develop
  • memory improves
  • improves skills in solving everyday problems
  • the ability to reason and analyze, structure information and highlight the main points is developed
  • purposefulness and character develop
  • studying mathematics is the key to future success in any field

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