Whether it's your favourite subject taking you back to better school days, or you simply need a hand remembering how to do long division without a calculator, @mathswithmisschang, TikTok's resident online maths tutor, has you covered!
A maths teacher working from home during the pandemic, Miss Chang joined TikTok to help share her maths tips and tricks to those who may be struggling to tackle maths problems at home.
Now she's taken her love of maths and equations to thousands of us across the globe, with over 307k followers!
She's got everything to help you through those long days and nights of homework with times table hacks that make even the trickiest multiplication a walk in the park, easy ways to remember how to get around those pesky circles, and tips to help us sail through percentages.
We couldn't wait to sit down with Miss Chang for an introduction...in 3,2,1...
What do you love most about TikTok?
I love that you can learn so much on TikTok! Maths, science facts, cooking, dancing etc - TikTok has everything!
Why is TikTok right for your content?
I love uploading maths content on TikTok as maths is so diverse. It's used worldwide and on TikTok I'm able to reach people all around the world and help them with maths.
What is your favourite effect?
The effect I always use on my videos is called 'vlog' - it makes the video so much brighter and clearer!
What is your goal on TikTok?
My goal on TikTok is to help people around the world with maths and show them that it can be enjoyable! I think it's especially important at a time like this with so many young people who are not in school due to covid.
Who do you follow on TikTok – and why? / What is on your TikTok feed?
I love recipe/cooking accounts! Aside from maths, I love food! I also follow doctors/dermatologists as I think it's important that we know how to take care of ourselves.
What is your favourite TikTok you have made to date and why?
My favourite TikTok that I've made so far is my video on Japanese multiplication. So many people either loved the method or hated it and it was interesting to see different opinions in the comments section.
What made you want to produce maths content on TikTok?
I started my maths TikTok account during the first lockdown in March 2020 as so many young people were not in school and I wanted to make sure they were still being educated but in a fun and accessible way. So, I thought what better way to reach young people than on social media!
Miss Chang's super useful maths tips are just one of thousands of new skills you can #LearnOnTikTok! There's everything from cooking advice to astronomy lessons, so who knows what you might discover.