You are probably here for one of three reasons.

- You’re struggling in your current math class, despite all the extra effort.
- Perhaps you’re doing OK in your current math class but need an extra boost.
- Or maybe you’re a math junkie and just can’t get enough.

Whatever the reason, we are glad you’re here and we’re certain you’ll find Problem Solved Math to be different than any other math experience.

You’ll find the lessons broken down into short, easy-to-digest pieces where you can stop, rewind, and rewatch at any point. That’s better than suffering through an entire class where you can’t seem to follow along and have to wait until class is over to ask any questions. Better yet, these videos aren’t about just memorizing the correct steps to get the correct answer, they are about learning how it all fits together. That’s better than learning to become a machine that just cranks out the answer. Best of all, Matt Groden is your host and he’ll share his passion for math while communicating in a relaxed, easy-to-understand manner. Yep, it’s like having someone who can speak math *and* your language, available 24/7.

### Membership basics

Tutoring can be expensive and difficult to schedule. Problem Solved Math makes it affordable and is available whenever *you* are available. To make that work, we offer three membership levels for access to all our materials *and* access to contact Matt via email.

Monthly: $25 for 30 days

6 months: $120

1 year: $180 (that’s a dollar per school day!)

Not quite sure? Take a FREE peek at some lessons

### About Matt

In his more than 10 years teaching middle and high school math to students ranging from those who think of math as a vile 4-letter word to those who love math as a passion, Matt Groden enjoyed leading students to realize math as an interconnected puzzle. He left public schools to focus on making math accessible to students at every level of interest and ability, doing that through small innovative extracurricular math classes, 1-on-1 and small-group tutoring, and enrichment for students ranging from math-phobic 6th graders to enthusiastic high-school and college math students exploring college-level Calculus.