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SAT and ACT Math: System of Equations

How to Solve a System of Equations On both the SAT and ACT, you can bet that you'll be required to solve a system of equations at least once. Probably more than once, if we're being honest. Yet many students struggle with this task, which is actually very...

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SAT Math Practice: Imaginary Numbers

Imaginary Numbers on the SAT SAT math has never been easy--in fact, it's developed a relationship for being quite tricky. One of the most common reactions I get when showing students how to solve a tricky SAT problem is "We never learned that in school!" Well,...

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Our job is to increase your student’s scores on the SAT and ACT tests, plain and simple.

We use a variety of effective test prep methods and we keep students on their toes. In one tutoring session, we might review twenty SAT vocabulary words, isolate and practice three common types of SAT and ACT math problems that your student finds difficult, discuss and improve a practice essay, and study SAT and ACT Reading strategies.

Our instructional methods emphasize strategy, practice, pacing, confidence, humor, and a personal relationship with each of our students.

Because we hate being bored (with a passion!), we keep this dry SAT and ACT prep material from becoming boring to our students. “Wow, that last hour just flew by!” is one of our favorite compliments to get from students!

Most importantly, we’ll get results.

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The #SAT and #ACT Word of the Day is “FLORID”: elaborately or excessively intricate or complicated