Studying Maths helps to develop analytical and problem solving skills, and the logic required to resolve everyday situational problems. The majority of employers and universities require at least a grade C in Maths GCSE, with some of the top universities demanding a Grade B or above. A Level Maths is a Russell Group ‘facilitating’ subject, which can lead to a wide variety of possible career paths. It is therefore unsurprising that, according to The Telegraph Maths was the second most popular A Level subject, taken by almost 86,000 students. The Realtime Tutors virtual classroom is equipped with interactive tools specifically developed to enable students to learn and practice mathematical problems in the most visually exciting and comprehensible way possible.