Nikita has been scoring well above 100% on her math assessments for years. Mom says that it is thanks to Math Genie and the Abacus Math and Mental Math she has learned. When asked if the abacus confuses kids in school, mom says it has never been a problem and she believes the abacus only helps her children.
Angelina has been accepted to her school's gifted and talented program. Not only has Math Genie made that type of difference for her, academically, but Angelina's mom has noticed the improvements in other areas. With our Mental Math, Angelina has gained more focus and independence. She has even picked up music and language skills.
Zunaira, a 3rd Grade Math Genie Student, was tested with having 6th Grade math skills. Mom says she learned it all from Math Genie "6th Grade level math question at 3rd Grade level when I didn't do anything except bring her here and so obviously she's getting it from here."
Tanvir, a Math Genie student from the East Brunswick center has been accepted into the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth. Johns Hopkins is the world leader in Gifted Education. Tanvir has been attending Math Genie for three years and is our third student to be accepted into the John Hopkins Gifted and Talented Program
Mia and her sister Ilana from Monmouth Junction, NJ, have been in remedial math for years. Their scores were low 50s and 60s. Now, just a few months at Math Genie, both girls are scoring in the high 80s and 90s.
MathGenie student gets selected for accelerated math program at 3rd grade. Even though she will be doing advanced material she needs to make sure she doesn't fall behind in her regular classwork. Yet, thanks to MathGenie, her parents and teachers believe she will do spectacular!
Most parents think that the abacus is only good for young students and that their child wont use it in school. Well Somer from Franklin Park can tell you how wrong that is. She is crushing her high school precalculus course and she says it's all thanks to the abacus!
MathGenie's mental math program helped Arnav from Piscataway build his problem solving and pattern recognition skills. With these skills Arnav was able to get into Bridgewater's Academically Independent (AI) enrichment program.
Reading Genie students from Marlboro Township give a speech in front of 500 people at a wedding.
Piscataway student, Sohum scored in the top 1% of New Jersey students for his grade in the Math Kangaroo exam. Sohum had already been accepted into the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth. His parents thank MathGenie for his success.
Pearl gets into Gifted and Talented program in 1st grade in Woodbridge township
This Math Genie student from Piscataway recently earned a spot in Johns Hopkins University's Center for Talented Youth (CTY).
Justin from South Amboy, New Jersey scored got in the 99 percentile in the National Terra Nova exam. Watch his Mental Math skills at the age of 6!
Fifth Grade Math Genie graduate in South Brunswick is learning Advanced Seventh Grade Math in School.
Adarsh scored high on the Cognitive Assessment test and gets into the Gifted and Talented (GNT) program at Johns Hopkins University.
Failing Student was Going to Be Held Back. Thanks to Math Genie She is Ahead of Her Class.
Liam is taking the fourth grade by storm! He won first place in the Math Bee for the entire grade and is now competing in the school wide math contest. His dad says it's all because of Math Genie
Shrenik scores 100% on NJ Math Target Assessment in Piscataway. His dad gave a big thank you to Math Genie!
Esther from Plainfield, had Terra Nova scores jump from 39 to 99 percentile nationally after joining Math Genie.
Math Genie graduate, Somer, from Franklin Park, recently earned a perfect score (100%) on the the Preliminary SAT (PSAT) & SAT Math non calculator section.
Charlie and Angela from Staten Island secured a spot in the NYC’s gifted and talented program; a program so selective that it only has a 6% percent acceptance rate. Their secret? Five minutes of mental math everyday!
Jaisen went from not being able speak to speaking in complete sentences, remembering and focusing better, and became exceptionaly better at mental math. He got an admission to North Star, Newark’s top charter school. Where he also skipped Kindergarten and went straight to First Grade.
In first grade, Geovanni from North Plainfield, was having a hard time with math and reading. His parents received a letter from the school informing them that he was 6 or 7 levels below other kids in his class. After enrolling in Math Genie, Geovanni was awarded the “Most Improved Student” from his school.
Ghazal’s parents Puneet & Parul were skeptical when they first walked into Math Genie. After seeing disappointing results at many other programs such as Kumon and Eye Level, they weren’t sure if Math Genie would be the best match for their daughter. However, after two and a half years, their skepticism was replaced by joy as they watched Ghazal blossom as a brilliant student.
Charan, a Math Genie graduate got a 100% on the NJ ASK thanks to Math Genie's Mental Math Program
Caroline from Old Bridge achieved academic excellence in her school. She has been attending Math Genie's Reading, Writing and Math program for years and is now at the top of her class.
Rohan from Piscataway learns more in 3 months at Math Genie compared to 1.5 years at Kumon
Christy from North Brunswick was able to build her writing skills to an amazing level thanks to her incredible work in her Reading Genie classes.
Aarush from East Brunswick received high marks in all of his subjects for all four quarters of the school year thanks to Math Genie
Ishaan from East Brunswick scored a level 5 on his Grade 3 Math Assessment thanks to his hard work at Math Genie
Aaruni from East Brunswick scored a 108% on her end of year writing assessment, thanks to Math Genie
Adwaith from South River received the Presidential Award of Academic Success. His hard word at Math Genie put him ahead of his class.
Josh was accepted into the Talented and Gifted (TAG) program for his astonishing academic scores and achievements in Sayreville Schools.
Jasmine has been working on her language arts and reading skills at Math Genie for a few months. After not long, her teachers started to take notice.
Teacher shocked! says, “Oh $@*&!” when 1st grader shows math ability