On this post we are going to cover vmath sign up or VmathLive which it’s most commonly known for.
Vmath is a great educational site that has partnered with many schools to help their students master math at their own pace online with lots of help and structure in place where the students earn trophies, points and a points leader board so not only does it help students get better at Math but it also makes learning fun.
Vmath sign up – 14 day free trial
If your school does not have a “school membership” for Vmathlive and you are interested in signing up to Vmathlive it’s a good idea to first try it out before you pay any money out.
Here is how you sign up for Vmathlive 14 day free trial;
1. Visit Vmathlive.com.
2. Click on “Free trial” which is location on the top right hand side of the screen.
3. This will take you onto the Vmath sign up page where you need to enter a few details such as name, email address, phone number and address.
4. Once you have completed all the details then click on submit, after you have done this you will receive an email congratulating you on completing the Vmath Live sign up process and it will give you a trial ID and Password so you can start using your 14 day free trial.
Vmathlive sign up – Paid Option
In order to sign up for Vmathlive you (or a parent) will need to purchase a subscription though some schools have already signed up so it’s advisable to check with your teacher first as in that case you just need to get a User ID from your teacher so you can start using Vmathlive. We recommend you first try out the 14 day free trial first before buying proceeding with Vmath paid sign up.
Prices for Vmathlive subscription;
The prices vary depending on what type of membership you are looking for, these are the options for students and we recommend that Teachers/Schools contact Vmath directly to contact them about Vmath sign up and prices for Teachers and Schools.
The prices for Students are shown below and they vary depending on which subscription period you sign up for. (January – July) being the cheapest option) and Summer option (May – July) being slightly more expensive.
We hope you found our Vmath sign up guide helpful and hope you enjoying using it to improve yours or your student’s math skills.