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# College Math Prep: A Review of High School (Part 3 of 3)

Hello 10th grade, 11th Grade, & 12th grade learners! Let's review High School Math Skills that lead to future success. Topics include Statistical Measures & Data Displays.

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15-18

year old learners

10th grade US Grade Level

1-5

learners per class

### $160

Charged upfront

$20 per class

Meets 4x per week

Over 2 weeks

60 minutes per class

### There are no open spots for this class.

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## Description

### Class Experience

NOTE: College Math Prep covers basic High School Math Skills ranging from Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Geometry, and includes some Statistics, Probability, and Trignometry. This class is not compatible with the GCSE AQA Certificate in Further Maths exam. Please see below for a detailed list of topics covered in Part 3. SUMMARY: This class is the third of three classes that are designed to prepare learners for standardized math tests and review skills learned in high school. Class 3 is composed...

I have a bachelor’s degree in Science in Education with a Math Education minor. I have 2 years of teaching experience and over 17 years of learning experience.

Though it is not required, learners are encouraged to complete some practice problems on their own. Each topic will be reviewed during class time.

Learners will need to have with them the following materials: 1. Something to take notes on (online document, notebook, or paper) 2. A writing utensil (pen or pencil) 3. A calculator

4 hours per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.

I use a variety of worksheets from Big Math Ideas who build their worksheets in compliance with the Common Core Standards.

## Teacher

Miss Harrington (Kelsie Harrington)Science & Math Teacher/ACE Educator (Lifelong Gamer, Reader & Anime Fan)

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Lives in the
United States7 total reviews

4 completed classes

#### About Me

Hello, welcome to my Outschool teaching profile. If you are looking for a Math or Science class, you are in the right place. In 2010, I graduated high school with an advanced diploma and recognition for high honors. I could have graduated early...