SAT & PSAT
With the creation of Nelson Garcia’s review book, our SAT/PSAT mathematics program has been able to increase math scores by more than 100 points and has placed many students in the top 10 National Percentile! Upon the enrollment of the program, we offer a free diagnostic test which gives us official insight of the strengths and weaknesses of the student. Subsequently, we review every key component that is covered on the SAT, such as but not limited to:
Lastly, we review as many as 35 practice exams to improve the students’ confidence before walking into to their exam. The program is intended to last 6 – 8 weeks, but depends on your student’s diagnostic test and the date he/she will be taking the exam.
Problem Solving and Data Analysis: 29%

Ratios, Rates and Proportional relationships

Percentages

Scatterplots and Quantitative data

Probabilities
Additional Topics in Math: 10%

Area and Volume

Lines, Angles, Triangles, and circles

Basic Trigonometry

Complex numbers
ACT
Heart of Algebra 33%

Linear equations

systems of Linear equations

Inequalities
Passport to Advanced Math 28%

Algebraic expressions

Quadratic, exponential and nonlinear equations

Functions
Our ACT mathematics program has been able to increase math scores by 5 – 10 points and has placed many students in the top 10 National Percentile! Upon the enrollment of the program, we offer a free diagnostic test with the enrollment of the program which gives us official insight of the strengths and weaknesses of the student. Subsequently, we review every key component that is covered on the ACT, such as but not limited to:
PreAlgebra (20 – 25%)

Basic operations using whole numbers, decimals, fractions and intergers

Ratio, proportion, and percent

Data collection: Mean, median, and mode

Exponents and square roots
Elementary Algebra (15 – 20%)

Variables, polynomials

Factoring

Quadratic equations
Intermediate Algebra (15 – 20%)

Quadratic Formula

Radical and Rational Expressions

System of Equations

Matrices

Complex Numbers
Coordinate Geometry (15 – 20%)

Graphing lines, polynomials, circles, and other curves

Slope

Parallel and Perpendicular lines

Distance, Midpoint

Conics
Plane Geometry (20 – 25%)

Plane Figures

Angles

Area, Volume
Trigonometry (5 – 10%)

Right Triangle Trigonometric Ratios

Trigonometric Identities
Lastly, we review as many as 35 practice exams to make that your child is completely confident before walking into to their exam. The program is intended to last 6 – 8 weeks, but depends on your child’s diagnostic test and when he/she will be taking the exam.