


The ExpertRating Online Math Course (leading to ExpertRating Math Certification).
Math isn't about
plugging numbers into formulas. It's about knowing enough to make
the numbers and formulas work for you. Math can be incredibly useful
 but only if you understand how and when to apply it in your
everyday life.
This course will
show you how to use math to your advantage. You won't find any
theory or memorization here. The lessons that make up this course
are filled with practical exercises and information that you can put
to immediate use. You'll find out some very interesting things about
how calculators work, and then you'll discover how best to get a
handle on your income and expenses. You'll be able to check your
paystub, invoices, and bank statements for errors and overcharges,
and you'll become more skilled at handling money and comparing
investment opportunities.
You'll learn how
to calculate percentages, including the proper amount to pay in
tips, commissions, taxes, and discounts. You'll find out how to
calculate interest rates and you'll develop a better understanding
of mortgages, credit cards, and other types of loans. You'll
discover a handy method for converting one type of measurement to
another, and you'll be able to calculate areas correctly so you
don't overspend on your next home improvement project. You'll become
adept at interpreting graphs, calculating the probability that
something will (or won't) happen, and understanding the statistics
embedded in test results, polls, and even news stories.
This course includes a knowledgeable
and caring instructor who will guide you through your lessons,
facilitate discussions, and answer your questions. The instructor
for this course will be Ivy Bishop.
Ivy Bishop
About
the
ExpertRating Online Math Course instructor :
Ivy Bishop has been teaching math for eight years. Her work in
innercity schools has given her the opportunity to work with a wide
range of students at different academic levels. She has a bachelor’s
degree in math education, which has allowed her to combine the logic
of math with her love of teaching.
Online Math Certification requirements:
For taking this instructor led ExpertRating Online Math Course you need
A basic calculator with the ability to add, subtract, multiply,
divide, and calculate square roots; Internet access; email; and
the and the Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox Web
browser. Testimonials:
The ExpertRating Online Math Course has received overwhelming positive
feedback and reviews from students around the world. Here are a few:
"I
haven't taken a math class for nearly 30 years. The professor made this class
easy to understand, removed my fear and learning occurred. Thanks a million."
"I
loved the instructor's sense of humor, you could see that with the manner of
instruction."
"I
really enjoyed the course and the instructor. It was a nice review for me and I
also learned a lot of new terms, too. I will recommend this course to my
friends."
"I
think that you explain the assignments very well and [quickly get] to the point
in all the lessons. Thank you!"
"Top
of the line, Ivy. I really enjoyed taking this course."






ExpertRating Online Math Course
(leading to
ExpertRating Math Certification)
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When you choose the
ExpertRating Online Math Course you can be sure that you are buying a
premium International certification that is recognized by hundreds
of employers and Government bodies in the US and other countries.
With ExpertRating you get certified
quickly online and you are equipped with a store house of
information through the indepth ExpertRating Online Math Courseware which has
been developed by experienced Math Experts.
The ExpertRating Math Certification is by far the best value for money instructor led
Math Program at $129.99.
Some Popular questions and answers about
this ExpertRating Online Math Course and Certification:
How much does the
Math Certification cost and what does it include?
You can buy this ExpertRating Online Math Course
leading to
Math certification at a special offer price of only $129.99 which
includes the indepth ExpertRating Online Math Courseware and exam fee. This is
the best value for money Math Program available till date. You
get the following services within the USD $129.99 fee.
Indepth ExpertRating Online Math Courseware including scenarios and case studies.
An instructor to guide you through the
course and to whom you can direct your questions.
World wide airmail delivery of the hard
copy Math Certificate. The Math Certificate can be used
to prove your certified status and does not mention the words
"online".
An online transcript that can be used to
prove your certified credentials on the internet at any time.
How do I get certified?
The process of getting yourself certified is very simple. All you have to do is buy the
ExpertRating Online Math Course for $129.99. Log in to the instructor led course using your password. Go through the
ExpertRating Online Math Courseware (which would take you 6 weeks) and complete the final
Math Certification exam at your convenience. You can complete the exam within 2 months of buying the
Math Certification. The result of the exam appears as soon as it is completed, and your
Math Certificate is mailed immediately.
What learning aids will I get?
The
ExpertRating Online Math Course includes the following learning aids:
24 x 7 hour access to the courseware. A printer friendly version of the
ExpertRating Online Math Course is also provided
A friendly instructor to answer your questions online
A discussion area to have your questions answered
Chapter end quizzes to ensure that you are learning important aspects of every chapter
Chapter assignments to help you practically use the
Math that you will learn during the Math Course.
What is the final exam like?
The final exam is fully based upon the
ExpertRating Online Math Courseware that is provided along with the
Math Certification. If you have gone through the courseware properly you should not have a problem clearing the exam. The exam consists of multiple choice questions from all chapters of the
ExpertRating Online Math Courseware.
What are the course start dates?
ExpertRating instructor led courses commence
every month, you can always choose a suitable date for your course
commencement in any month. To see available course start dates,
please click on the "Enroll now" button.
All courses run for six weeks, with a twoweek grace period at the end. Two lessons are released each week for the sixweek duration of the course. You do not have to be present when the lesson is released, but you must complete each lesson within two weeks of its release.
A new section of each course starts on the second or third Wednesday of each month. If enrolling in a series of two or more courses please be sure to space the start date for each course at least two months apart.






Everyday Math is a valuable Certification which will make learning
Math more interesting and fun for the students.
The
Everyday Math course provides a comprehensive understanding of
everyday Math including calculating interest rates, solving
fractions and doing multiplication. The course will enhance the
students’ abilities to use these easy to understand mathematical
techniques and apply them to their everyday life. You will also come
across Math terminology during the passage of this course and some
of the lessons have been packed with innovative and creative problem
solving strategies. The course will help the teachers and the
students develop mathematical patterns and relationships.
This course will open new avenues for
understanding and applying Math in everyday life by its emphasis on
interpretation and mathematical explanation. The ExpertRating
Everyday Math Certification course will make you familiar with
innovative problem solving and calculating methods.
ExpertRating Online Math Course
Coverage (6 weeks program)
Week One 
Wednesday  Lesson 01 
In this lesson, we're going to revive some childhood memories about math by reviewing some basic number properties. You'll learn about integers, exponents, roots, and multiplestep problems. Doing these types of problems just for practice can be tedious, but you’re going to take what you learn and put it to use in every other lesson in this course. Once we’ve talked about the mechanics of doing these problems by hand, you’ll learn how to put them into the calculator. I believe that once you know how to do the math, you should use every tool and shortcut you know to make math easier. I’m also going to show you a few interesting things that you may not know about how calculators work. 
Friday  Lesson 02 
Whether it's discounts, taxes, or a tip, most of us deal with
percentages every day. In this lesson, you’ll learn about the percents you'll find in retail from both a consumer and a managerial perspective. We'll go over discounts, sales prices, and sales tax. And last but not least, we'll talk about tipping, markup, and handling money in the retail work environment. 
Week Two 
Wednesday  Lesson 03 
Today, we'll be talking about income. Are you paid hourly, are you a
salaried employee, do you receive a commission, or some combination of
these? In this lesson, you’ll learn how to calculate your paycheck no matter how you're paid. But wages don’t stop there. You also have to pay taxes to the government, and you may choose to pay for insurance and save for retirement. All these deductions have to be calculated before a paycheck is written. Once you receive your check, you need to know how you spend your money. In the last part of the lesson, you’ll learn how to find out where your money goes once you have it. 
Friday  Lesson 04 
Now that you have your paycheck, you need somewhere to put it. It’s time to talk about financial institutions; banks, credit unions, and savings and loans. In this lesson, you’ll discover what to look for in an institution and what questions to ask about checking, savings, and other accounts. Plus, we'll look at ways to keep a check register in order and how to balance a bank statement. 
Week Three 
Wednesday  Lesson 05 
Investing is an ominous word for most of us. Financial professionals
can sound like they’re speaking a foreign language. Today, we’re going to unravel some of this terminology and the math that goes with it. You’ll learn the basics of earning interest and find out what questions to ask the professionals. I’m also going to walk you through the features and terminology of several types of interest earning investments; bonds, certificates of deposit, and money market accounts. 
Friday  Lesson 06 
As you probably know, you can't just earn interest—you also have to pay interest. Credit cards and loans cost you money in interest and fees. Do you know why it’s so difficult to pay off a credit card over time? Not knowing the answer to this question has caused financial heartache for many. In this lesson, we’ll study what happens when you pay only the minimum balance on a credit card each month. And then you’ll see what happens when you pay as little as $10 or $20 extra each month. I think you’ll be shocked and amazed at the money you can save.

Week Four 
Wednesday  Lesson 07 
Interested in buying a home, but not sure where to start? There are realtors, attorneys, and loan officers to get you through this process. But I never feel comfortable signing documents unless I understand at least some of the terminology and math. That’s our goal in this lesson. We’ll explore the different aspects of a mortgage payment (principle, interest, taxes, and insurance or PITI) and the amount of money you’ll need up front. 
Friday  Lesson 08 
This lesson is a student favorite. You'll find out that you can solve
most problems you come across, including conversions, with some sort of
ratio. I like to call ratios "fractions with a purpose." Many students find the thought of fractions disconcerting, but I’m going to give you stepbystep instructions for setting up ratios and then proportions. And after this lesson, you’ll be able to convert even the most complicated measurements. 
Week Five 
Wednesday  Lesson 09 
Enter the world of geometry, or at least the practical side of it. In
this lesson, you’ll learn how to calculate area in different units of measurement and how to convert between them. This will let you figure out how much carpet, paint, or tile you need for those home projects. You don’t do your own projects? You’ll still want to be able to check your contractor’s measurements and calculations. You’ll also learn a little about metrics, and I'll teach you a very simple conversion method. 
Friday  Lesson 10 
You’ll learn all about probability in this lesson. It’s used in the gaming industry, in forecasting weather, and in determining insurance rates. How does the insurance industry know there’s a 10% chance I’ll be in an accident? Or how does a casino predict a 3% chance I’ll win at blackjack? You have to know which numbers to divide and how to find them. I’m here to guide you through this fascinating topic.

Week Six 
Wednesday  Lesson 11 
Our society is bombarded with information and statistics all day, every
day. We're going to start this lesson by discussing statistical data
and how it's chosen. Next, I'll teach you about the four most commonly
used statistical measures: mean, median, mode, and range. We'll
calculate a few of these measures and discuss what each means,
individually and as a group. Last, we'll discuss standardized test
scores. If you've ever taken a standardized test, you've probably
received a very confusing report with lots of statistical terminology
and not much explanation. In this lesson, you'll learn how to read and
interpret a test score report with confidence.

Friday  Lesson 12 


