dreamstime_l_19171643-1024x682Since 1994, Math Masters has been providing tutoring and other educational support services, to students throughout the Toronto area.  Our goal is to sustain a professional learning environment for our students, rich in knowledge, support, and dedication. Since its inception, Math Masters has seen its students go on to study at some of the most renowned post-secondary institutions, following the career path of their dreams.

The Math Masters approach understands that the learning process is not a universal approach. Each student is an individual, and each individual must apply the most effective and efficient means to reach his or her goal of academic excellence.  At our learning centre we develop personalized and self-paced learning programs that are designed to meet the needs and diverse learning styles of each student. Math Masters demands the best for its students, so the necessary steps are taken to provide the best resources possible. Whether the student is enrolled in private tutoring, a credit course, or a support/enrichment program, the instructor will challenge and motivate the student to attain academic success.

Math Masters Programs emphasize effective study skills, time management, organizational skills, motivational techniques, and memory training.  Students  benefit not only with an improvement in grades, but  long-term retention of material, and increased confidence and self-esteem.

Our tutoring centre is located in the heart of North York, at Yonge St. and Hwy. 401. We are situated in the North York Corporate Centre, in a professional, sun-filled office suite that overlooks the city.

For More Information call (416) 223-MATH(6284) or email info@math-masters.com


Math I: (for students entering grade 9 math)

In Level 1, the student will be introduced to: integers; laws of exponents; rational and irrational numbers; ratios, proportions and percent; operations with polynomials; solving linear equations; applications of linear equations; and the equation of a line.


Math II: (for students entering grade 10 math)

In Level 2, the student will be introduced to: solving linear systems; applications of linear systems; factoring techniques; solving quadratic equations; analysis of quadratic equations; analytic geometry; and trigonometry.


Math III: (for students entering grade 11 math)

In Level 3, the student will be introduced to: advanced exponent rules; exponential equations; operations with rational expressions; complex numbers; quadratic equations; introductory optimization applications; functions; transformations of functions; trigonometric functions; trigonometric identities; trigonometric equations; and arithmetic/geometric sequences and series.


Math IV: (for students entering grade 12 math)

In Level 4, the student will be introduced to: polynomial functions; advanced trigonometry; composition of functions; algebra of functions; and logarithmic and exponential functions.