FAQs

FAQs

  Why does U C MAS admit children only in the age group of 4 to 12 years?

It is scientifically proven that the growth of nerves and tissues are rapid only in this specific age group. Further it is also observed that 80- 85 % of the adult brain is developed in this period. The U C MAS Mental Arithmetic Program, which is designed for whole brain development, works extremely well for children in this age group.

A child less than 4 years cannot be admitted because the program requires a student to be able to identify 1 to 9 objects. Similarly a 16-year child may not be able to appreciate the concept of thinking in pictures because he or she will be so used to looking at numbers the conventional way.

  Does the U C MAS program affect the school curriculum and schedules?

NO, the U C MAS program, at all times, is designed to help the students. It, in no way, disturbs the school curriculum. A U C MAS child would be able to verify the answers using Mental Arithmetic. The program is conducted during after school hours and on the weekends and imparts the skill at a consistent and steady speed, which will ensure that the students can attend to their regular school schedule without any disturbance.

  Is there a crash course / summer course / correspondence course?

NO, the key to this program lies in consistent and steady home practice. Though it is only one class per week, a student is expected to practice this everyday for about 10 to 15 minutes. This implies that the course can’t be completed in a shorter span or without the presence of a course inspector. Only trained and certified personnel can teach it, as the process of getting to the answers is the most important.

  How does the U C MAS Mental Arithmetic Program ensure the overall academic proficiency?

The result of the U C MAS Mental Arithmetic Program is not confined to arithmetic only. The concept of thinking in pictures leads to better understanding and enhanced memory, which is basic for all academic studies. Thus the result of this program can be witnessed in all subjects.

 

  How does this program help children to face competition?

The basis of any competition is on speed and accuracy. Our program helps the student to achieve consistent accuracy and once this is achieved through constant practice, the speed is improved. The accuracy and speed reflects on the memory of a child, which ensures that the child is accurate and fast in whatever he or she does with improved confidence.

 

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