Russian Math Tutors
Russian Math Tutors is an online tutoring company in the Silicon Valley, California, started by an entrepreneur and a part-time tutor, in response to the need for our communities to have a top-quality Online Mathematics & STEM tutoring at an affordable price.
Since then, RMT was instrumental in helping K-12 students gain the necessary knowledge and the appreciation for STEM subjects. Russian Math Tutors is the only school in the US, which adapted a “Pure Russian Math Program” to the US standard. This program was developed in Russia over 20 years ago and taught to 1.4 million students throughout the world. Now it’s finally here in the US!
We Offer Premium Service at an Affordable Price!
Every tutor who we match for your student has a proven record to help your student succeed.
1-1 Online Math Tutoring
5 different curriculums to choose from
Math Olympiad Classes
Enroll your child in our classes and ensure better chances to top grade schools!
Mental Math Magic
Custom proprietary program combines the Fast Russian Math Algebra rules with Mental Arithmetic using the Soroban Abacus
College Test Preparation
Give your student a head-start on the exams, with Russian Math unique successful test-taking strategies & shortcuts to both ACT & SAT math problems
Group Coding Classes
Whether it’s MIT Scratch or Machine Learning, our tutors will give your students the right skills to start developing their own aps and websites
When it comes to Mathematics or any other STEM field, like physics, chemistry, biology and computer science, we at RMT always strive to help every student realize their maximum potential in the self-directed learning process.
We emphasize the personal, one-on-one setting, where the Tutor plays the role of a coach who nurtures the student’s quest for learning. All our tutors understand this concept as they teach and encourage their students to solve problems on their own and reach out to their teachers and counselors at school.
Abstract models are a big part of analytical thinking, but our goal is to interest the student, first, by showing them that math can be fun, when it is used to solve real-world problems. This is, especially, important to children at an earlier age.