This workshop has been constructed with over a year of research investigating the best way to prep for each Math Section of the tests.
We HIGHLY reccommend that you take your Math section of your Multi Subject separately from the other sections. The standard to pass this test is so high and the math is so diverse that many students are overwhelmed when trying to take more than just the Math Section. Often students who would normally have passed the ELA and Arts and Humanities sections will fail those because it is too much information for one day.
The class is designed with quick recognition strategies on 20 practice questions.
The class also teaches indepth but easy strategies for the following areas Algebra, Functions, Trigonometry, Slope, Ratios and Probability.
The essay is explained and each student will receive feed back on their essay in addition to a phone conference after the class and essay evaluation to go over any personal areas of weakness.
The 1-6 has one practice essay.
The 7-12 has two practice essays.
Once you sign up for this class you may repeat the class for free if you feel that you need to go over the information again. Many times students will repeat the class for a better understanding of the topics covered. We'd rather you sit in the class twice and the test once!
We have had a great deal of success with this class now that we have clarified the specific topics that must be covered in the test prep.
Feel free to email us at email@example.com or call Bridgette at
347-517-4199 if you have any questions prior to registration that have not been answered here.
Sunday September 6
12:00 - 4:00
Sunday September 20
12:00 - 4:00
For more extensive feedback on your essays, including evaluations of essays 1 and 2 in addition to essay 3, you can sign up here. Please keep in mind that we can only take a limited number of students each cycle.
This private essay evaluation is recommended for students who have language issues.
One set of evaluations for essays 1,2 and 3
Two sets of evaluations for essays 1,2 and 3 on different topics
Three sets of evaluations for essays 1,2 and 3 on different topics