Case Study 2018:
Your playful son can get full marks for Problem Sums too!
Hear how Practicle helped Mummy Jasmine and Cayden
What Jasmine Needed
Like most mothers, Mummy Jasmine was worried when she saw the drastic dip in her son’s Math results from Primary 4 to Primary 5 during the mid-year exams.
Coming from a stretched class, she was concerned with him getting a “B” grade.
“He kept telling me that it’s very difficult, it’s very difficult. Primary 5 Math is very difficult.“- Jasmine
Being a working mum with 3 kids, Jasmine wanted to find a way to help her son improve from home instead of travelling for tuition.
She understands that her son is rather playful and has a short attention span. That’s why she was also looking for something to help her son focus better and help to improve his grades.
Why she chose Practicle
After learning about Practicle’s Light plan that allowed her son to learn at his own pace and seeing that it only cost her $9.99/mth, Mummy Jasmine decided to give it a try.
How Practicle Solved Jasmine’s Problem
Keeping track of performance is easy with our user-friendly charts, Mummy Jasmine stays informed about Cayden’s learning by logging in anytime she’s free.
Cayden’s A.I. mentor stays flexible with learning strategies. It customizes new learning paths for him on the fly as he improves, carefully selecting the right practice questions that cater to his abilities.
Whenever Cayden is stuck, he is guided by the detailed worked solutions and videos of a teacher explaining the concepts step-by-step.
How Practicle Helped Cayden
Cayden uses Practicle for less than 30 mins each day and it helps him focus better.
He also finds learning concepts more manageable as they are broken into digestible pieces at small intervals.
What’s the Result of Using Practicle?
“When Cayden came home after his SA2 Math Exam and told me it was very easy, I was very scared.” – Jasmine
This was the initial reaction of Mummy Jasmine after the end of year exams.
Later did she know that she would get a huge surprise when the exam papers came back.
“I think he is more confident now. He understands that if he wants anything in life, he has to spend an equivalent amount of effort to work for it.”