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...The ACT mathematics test is a 60-question, 60-minute, multiple-choice test. A rough distribution of questions is Pre-Algebra (20%), Algebra I (15%), Geometry (40%), Algebra 2/Trigonometry (25%). My approach to prepare a student to get good ACT Math score has a sports analogy ? learn good techniques and a lot of practice. There are often multiple ways to solve a math problem.

...I will check for understanding as I explain these smaller parts. I will then ask students to explain back the lesson to me. If they are able to do so, then I will have the student do a similar problem with different numbers.

...I went on to secure my bachelors degree in pure mathematics as well as my masters in education, as well as my teaching credential. Since I had him as a teacher it has been my goal to be that kind of inspiring teacher to my students. I am not content simply teaching the route concepts of mathematics but love teaching the deeper truths behind the laws of mathematics also.

...In Trigonometry the fundamentals are essential so I maintain a strong focus on definitions and understanding early concepts throughout the course. I am well versed in the math found on the SAT, having tutored a number of students in this area. I know both the concepts and the methods that the SAT uses that make concepts a student knows appear more difficult.

...This is new world of Math. It is really fun, though challenging if the concepts like limit, continuity, derivative, slope, antiderivative, etc. are clear to the student. So, I focus on making the concepts of Calculus clear to the student.

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