Math

Improve Your SAT Math Subscore! (FLEX Class)

Prepare for the math section of the SAT at your own pace! In this 6-week flexible schedule course, I will help your student improve their math SAT score via weekly video lessons, assignments, and individual feedback.
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Over 6 weeks

14-18

year olds

1-8

learners per class

per learner - per week

How does aFlexible Schedulecourse work?

No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat

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Class Experience

Through weekly video lessons and individual assignments, students will improve their mathematical and test-taking abilities. 
Specifically, they will gain confidence and fluency with the following essential topics: 
Week 1: Percent, Ratios, and Similar Triangles
Week 2: Angles and Geometry
Week 3: Probability and Statistics
Week 4: Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities
Week 5: Polynomials and Rational Functions
Week 6: Complex Numbers and Exponential Functions
When I was in high-school I spent many hours trying to increase my SAT score in order to improve my applications for college admission and scholarships. Eventually, I was able to get help from a SAT tutor and my score and resulting scholarships increased significantly! 

Since that time, I have earned both a Bachelor's and Master’s degree in Mathematics. While pursuing these degrees, I was a private mathematics tutor and I have helped many students improve their SAT math subscore. I am currently a full-time Mathematics instructor at a local college and I look forward to helping your student meet their SAT goal!
Our class assessment is split into 2 categories: 

1) Homework from the topic of the week: For each topic, I have created an informative video lesson that will help students learn about key concepts. Once students have watched this video, they can test their understanding by working the related homework problems and checking their results with the posted solutions. This assignment should take students between 30-60 minutes. 
If they have questions about any part of this assignment, I encourage students to ask me a question in the Outschool classroom and I will create a video response specifically addressing their question. 

2) Full-Length Practice Test: For each week of the course, I highly encourage students to take a full-length SAT practice exam. Each week, I will post a PDF of an official practice test in the Outschool classroom.  Students are encouraged to send me pictures of their answer sheet and I will create a score report for the student. The total time for the SAT is 180 minutes. 


Q: Why take a weekly practice test? 
A: Regular practice is an essential to improve your SAT math subscore. The best way to practice for the SAT is to take the SAT practice tests, simulating the environment to the best of your abilities (i.e. properly timed and only using allowed materials). This practice will help students become familiar with the structure of the SAT, overcome test anxiety, improve pacing, and identify particular concepts where they need further review. 
- Pencil and blank pieces of paper. 

- Access to Printer (recommended) for Class Documents

- SAT approved Calculator.  See list of approved calculators here: 
https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/taking-the-test/calculator-policy 

- College Board's "Free Official SAT Practice Test".  You can find the .pdf files of the practice tests at this link: 
https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/practice/full-length-practice-tests
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
For each week of the course, I highly encourage students to take a full-length SAT practice exam. Based on their results, I will create an individualized score report for the student. At the end of the course, students will have 6 score reports and will be able to assess their progress. 
No live meetings, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.

Teacher

Rachael WM.S. Mathematics, Experienced Math Teacher and Tutor
33 total reviews
24 completed classes

About Me

Hello! 

I primarily teach Mathematics related courses on Outschool.  

In addition to Mathematics courses, I also teach a variety of farm and farm animal related courses on Outschool. 

Mathematics Experience: 
I have a Master of Science in... 
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