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UK MNer with at least one child aged 4-14? Sign up to test Smartick’s online after-school maths programme

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EllieMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 07-May-19 16:17:32

Smartick are looking for Mumsnet users and their children to trial its online after-school maths programme for children. This product test is open to all UK MNers with at least one child between the ages of 4 and 14, that have access to an internet-enabled computer/laptop or tablet. Selected testers will receive a six-month subscription (a value of over £100) to Smartick after testing is completed and have up to 4 weeks to try and review it.

Here’s what Smartick have to say: “Smartick is an award-winning, AI-based, online maths programme designed to develop mathematical abilities in children ages 4 to 14. Smartick promotes an understanding of maths through personalised and accelerated learning by adapting to each child's level and learning pace in real time, allowing them to work according to their maths needs and capability. Each child has a unique and personalised path that constantly adjusts to help fill in gaps in knowledge.

There are more than 20,000 users of Smartick in over 100 countries. e've collaborated with the MIT G-Lab and been published by Harvard Business Review and Forbes as well as featured as an app favourite by Apple.”

Selected testers can register for the program through a web browser on their PC or by downloading the Smartick app available for iOS or Android tablets. Smartick recommends that children work on their daily 15-minute sessions at least 5 days per week. This is not mandatory however it is suggested to get a better scope of the program.

All testers will be required to leave feedback on a thread on Mumsnet and also fill in a short survey, everyone who does will be entered into a prize draw where 3 MNers will win a £100 voucher of their choice (from a list).

To sign up to test Smartick, please click here.

Thanks and good luck

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StressedMumOfTwo29 Wed 08-May-19 10:08:44

Applied Thank you x

emphasisofmatter Wed 08-May-19 10:17:00

Applied - thanks, this would be helpful!

PinotAndPlaydough Wed 08-May-19 17:36:08


MadameJosephine Wed 08-May-19 19:36:00

Sounds great, would love to try it

Kennehora Wed 08-May-19 21:29:47

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Scoleah Thu 09-May-19 09:55:34

This would be amazing.
My 10 year old really struggles with Maths, she goes to Maths Catch-up & Maths club after school but as the classes are large they don't get much 1-1 time which for her, which I think is crucial as she comes home feeling even worse that she's falling behind & doesn't understand.
Being able to get something tailored to her Needs, after school in the comfort of the home sounds perfect to give a Non stressful environment to learn at her own Pace!

paddler78 Thu 09-May-19 11:00:03

Definately be interested in trying this, the age range is quite large so would be interesting to see how well it works for 14 year olds.

FlowTeeBowTee Thu 09-May-19 13:24:15

Applied 🤞

Pigeonpea Thu 09-May-19 14:10:03

Count me in!

carz1985 Thu 09-May-19 18:23:02

This looks interesting

jennymac31 Thu 09-May-19 18:24:58


sadscorpion Thu 09-May-19 18:34:01

thanks Applied... fingers crossed 🤞

moreginrequired Thu 09-May-19 18:58:53

Will definitely apply. Dd1 would love to test her math skills

kelkytag Thu 09-May-19 19:16:26

applied, Thank you smile

curlykaren Thu 09-May-19 21:29:10

Great opportunity, this is actually on my hit list of things to try with my Home Educated son. I just can't take the incessant moaning involved in doing Kumon anymore......

edwardcullensotherwoman Thu 09-May-19 23:18:37

Applied, I have 3 children in this age bracket, it would be interesting to see how it engages and tailors to their abilities.

Ledkr Fri 10-May-19 02:36:55


CishAndFips Fri 10-May-19 11:21:49


bigKiteFlying Fri 10-May-19 12:23:05


Mummymum38 Fri 10-May-19 13:52:19

Applied, sounds fantastic.

DC3dilemma Sat 11-May-19 09:36:59


Can you tell us whether the company are interested in testers in Scotland? Honestly I sign up for so many tests and get nowhere. I suspect that there is a hidden England (+Wales?) criteria. It would be good to know upfront so as not to waste time filling these forms in.

nerysw Sun 12-May-19 11:27:06

Done, I've got a son and daughter in this range who've recently started taking more of an interest in maths and I'd like to see if this helped encourage that.

NeverTrustASmilingCat Sun 12-May-19 22:18:23


Mymindblown Sun 12-May-19 23:55:59

Signed up! My daughter needs to increase her confidence in maths!

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