Having been a tutor for many years now I have a history of tutoring students ranging from grades 3-11 including students with dyslexia and ADHD. While many people can take a class and get a 90 or above, true education is scaled by knowledge. Unfortunately in today's society classes seem to focus solely on numbers, mastering a course entails retaining and expounding upon the information learned in a particular course. When a person becomes a master of a course they should be able to teach another person with no prior knowledge and they should also be able to hold a proper conversation with someone who has also mastered the course. Diverting from the growing focus on numerical scores it's is imperative that the student has a firm grasp on the course. Mastering a class entails not only being able to recite the information learned but being able to truly understand and develop the ideas learned and being able to retain this information for the future in a fun and interesting way.