When we think of education, most of us are reminded of the pressure of exams. We remember ourselves struggling to memorize information – information that we used to reproduce verbatim in the exams and then automatically forget. The latter was a result of memorizing without understanding or realizing the purpose of that information; the mind has a tendency to remember only those things that make sense and are useful.

In today’s digital world, where availability of information is not a problem, the focus has shifted from possession to logical understanding and application of that information. This is what helps us in real life.

Actual learning occurs when you look at a new piece of information and understand how it connects with what you already know and how you can use it to solve real problems. And this process is definitely much more enjoyable than just ingesting chunks of data.

We are an education company focused on simplifying learning and making it more enjoyable through an intuitive approach and the effective use of technology.


Ever been in this situation?


The question didn’t match the types I memorized

Most of the competitive exams like IIT JEE, CAT, GMAT etc are designed to test the problem-solving skills and ability to deal with new and complex situations under time constraints. How can we possibly have a fixed method for solving them?

At this point, we need to remind ourselves that we are capable of thinking up fresh ways to solve any problem with the right conceptual tools in place.

At LetsMath, we help you think. After ensuring that the basics are crystal clear, we encourage you to experiment with their application and think about different variations of the same problem in order to gain confidence and be ready to tackle any new type of question.

I’m not sure what to find in this question

Half the time, without even understanding the question properly, we jump to the ‘solving’ part and realize midway that it’s not just that we aren’t going anywhere but that we don’t even know where we want to go.

Half the job is done when you truly understand what the question is asking and what all missing data points you need to calculate to reach to the answer.

To help you get better at this, our program includes ‘thinking exercises’ that highlight what we think and why we think that way, when faced with a question.


I’m not sure what to find in this question

Half the time, without even understanding the question properly, we jump to the ‘solving’ part and realize midway that it’s not just that we aren’t going anywhere but that we don’t even know where we want to go.

Half the job is done when you truly understand what the question is asking and what all missing data points you need to calculate to reach to the answer.

To help you get better at this, our program includes ‘thinking exercises’ that highlight what we think and why we think that way, when faced with a question.