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Passionate math teacher with 6+ years of experience in high school and middle school environments. Designed integrated lesson plans and incorporated authorial college prep elements to the state curricula. In my previous role prepared and run after-school tutoring for students with learning difficulties that helped improve their final test results by 30%. A winner of Teaching for Progress state award, seeking to leverage math and communication

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Hi @Muskansingh488 - Let me give you some tips:

  1. Before creating any course, do a bit of research on how many Udemy courses already exist on the area of math you intend to teach. New instructors rarely do this. They will spend a month or more creating a course and after a couple months they have maybe one or two students. The reason is often because there are 100+ other courses on Udemy teaching the same thing. 
  2. Realize that most of your sales will only come when Udemy is running a sale.
  3. You will probably earn between $1-$5 per sale made. So don't expect to get rich quick as a Udemy instructor.
  4. Don't price your course to high. Most Udemy students are not accustomed to paying more than $10-$15 for a course (when they are on sale)
  5. Learn to spell Mathematics. It is not "Mathmatics". Smiley Happy

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Hi @Muskansingh488 - Let me give you some tips:

  1. Before creating any course, do a bit of research on how many Udemy courses already exist on the area of math you intend to teach. New instructors rarely do this. They will spend a month or more creating a course and after a couple months they have maybe one or two students. The reason is often because there are 100+ other courses on Udemy teaching the same thing. 
  2. Realize that most of your sales will only come when Udemy is running a sale.
  3. You will probably earn between $1-$5 per sale made. So don't expect to get rich quick as a Udemy instructor.
  4. Don't price your course to high. Most Udemy students are not accustomed to paying more than $10-$15 for a course (when they are on sale)
  5. Learn to spell Mathematics. It is not "Mathmatics". Smiley Happy

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