Math for standardized tests
Content and Strategies for the SAT and ACT
By Rachel Page
July Session: Monday 9 - Friday 13 July 1-3pm
August Session: Monday 13 - Friday 17 August 1-3pm
Standardized testing is one of the most stressful parts of the college application process, and many juniors and seniors find themselves in the middle of a busy school year unprepared for the SAT or ACT. Summer is an ideal time to study, as students are temporarily free from the demands of school and can concentrate fully on preparing for these tests. A week-long intensive class class fits easily into a student’s busy summer schedule. Rising sophomores and juniors will get an early start on studying SAT and ACT math, and rising seniors will have the opportunity to improve existing scores for their final Fall testing dates.
By the end of this course students will be able to:
- Understand the differences between ACT and SAT math sections
- Identify the quantitative topics tested by the ACT and SAT
- Use time management strategies for timed testing sections
- Employ a variety of test-taking strategies for multiple choice tests
This course will provide an overview of the content covered on the SAT and ACT math sections. At the beginning of the course, students will complete a practice math test to determine their baseline score. During each day of the course, we will review one major content area and work through many relevant SAT and ACT-style practice problems. At the end of the week, students will take a second practice test to assess their improvement. Students may wish to follow the course with one-on-one tutoring.
- Session 1: SAT vs. ACT Math and Strategies for Multiple-Choice Math Tests
- Session 2: Algebra
- Session 3: Data, Statistics & Probability
- Session 4: Geometry
- Session 5: Advanced Topics
Rachel has worked in a wide range of educational settings over the past fourteen years. She first got her teaching feet wet as an undergraduate TA in biology and an ESOL and GED teacher at a small community organization in Providence, Rhode Island. Since moving back to her hometown of Seattle, she has tutored student athletes at the University of Washington as well as dozens of high school students in test prep, math through calculus, and all science subjects. Rachel holds a BA in Biology from Brown University.
4500 9th Ave NE, Suite 300, Seattle, WA, 98105
Class may be billable through insurance in some cases; contact Hampton Tutors for further information.
Terms, conditions and refund policy:
In the event that you must cancel, your payment will be fully refundable until 5 business days prior to the class start date. Cancellations made less than 5 business days in advance of the class will be partially refunded at 50% (for example, $250 refund payment for a $500 class). Cancellations may be made by phone or email.
In the event that we must cancel the class, we will notify you via phone or email and refund you in full.