Why Maths is Beneficial

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Are you wondering what in the world you stand to gain by studying maths? The benefits of maths can never be over-emphasized. Maths is so beneficial that it is not just a subject, but an everyday necessity.

It is not limited to subjects like engineering, physics, or chemistry. It is also a tool used in everyday life by every living man with a brain. It is therefore not an overstatement when Dr Arthur Benjamin said that ‘mathematics is the food of the brain’.

The only catch is that you may not be cognitively aware of this fact. 

Benefits of Maths

1.  Essential to Everyday Activity

Trying to calculate the right dosage and time for your next prescribed drug? About to cook but need to measure the quantity of food to cook for your family? Mentally calculating how long it will take you to get to a friends house on foot?

All of these activities are everyday ventures that require the aid of maths.  

Katie Kim, a content writer for Plexus, perfectly captures it when she stated that, “Math is needed for almost every single profession in the world. If you want to be a CEO, a real estate agent, a biologist, or even a rocket scientist, it is without a doubt that numbers will be utilized. Basically, you will NEVER be able to escape math and you might as well accept it and have fun learning it while your career does not depend on it.”

2.  It Prepares you for the Future

We now live in a data-driven society and so most employers search for employees who can be relevant in the world of science. Maths also provides you with the essential skills needed to thrive in the job market.

With the logical and analytical thinking skills you acquire by studying maths, you become equipped for the future you will meet outside school.

3.  It Improves your Analytical Thinking

Analytical thinking requires the ability to break down information into smaller categories to arrive at a conclusion.

In all fairness, this cannot be done without proper knowledge of maths. Maths helps you to analyse situations logically and systematically before reaching the most beneficial conclusion.

It was Albert Einstein who said that “Pure mathematics is, in its way, the poetry of logical ideas”.

Maths’ benefit, therefore, spans across helping develop your problem-solving skill.

Additional Benefits

4.  Relevant in Almost Every Career

Maths is one subject that cuts across many other subjects. Not just in the very obvious ones like engineering, physics, or chemistry, it is also relevant in art subjects like painting, music, poetry, etc. This is because maths is needed for the comprehension and technical appreciation required in these areas.

No wonder the American Mathematical association said, “Mathematical research and education are at the heart of some careers, while other careers utilize mathematics and its applications to build and enhance important work in the sciences, business, finance, manufacturing, communications, and engineering.”

5.  Quickens your Mind to Think Faster

Studying numbers have been proven to make the brain work faster and maths is the subject of numbers. By studying maths, you are developing your mental ability to analyse situations quicker and faster than the normal brain.

As a result, you have an edge when you find yourself in challenging situations. This is because your brain analyses the situation and provides you with not just options but the most suitable alternative in the circumstance.


Imagine running our daily activities without the aid of maths. Even the easiest task of telling the time will be impossible. This new avalanche of technology we seem to be enjoying now will be truncated. Businesses and organizations will fail for lack of adequate planning and structuring. Needless to say, maths is the heartbeat of the world.

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Of course, if you are looking for some help then our using an online maths tutor will give you an insight into how to answer some of the harder questions and help you prepare for the upcoming exams. 

Whether you need an online A Level maths tutor or an online GCSE maths tutor – fear not as we have you covered. 

As well as the online tutoring we also provide intense half term revision courses. These take place throughout the academic year and we cover a range of topics. 

If you feel need help with with any of your subjects then perhaps an A Level Maths Easter Revision course or a GCSE Economics Revision course could be what you need in order to achieve the grades that you are looking for. 

Our courses are very popular and it is best to book early. Our Easter Half term revision course is always busy so please make an enquiry today in order to avoid disappointment. 

If you, or your parents would like to find out more, please just get in touch via email at info@exam.tips or call us on 0800 689 1272.

If you, or your parents would like to find out more, please just get in touch via email at info@exam.tips or call us on 0800 689 1272