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While the ACT and SAT math sections predominantly test the same concepts and problem solving skills, the two tests diverge in important ways–especially for those seeking the highest scores. Find out the special content areas only tested on the ACT along with essential strategic and time management insights for maximum success on test day!   This two-hour seminar is ideal for any student seeking a high percentile Math score on the ACT who has already begun the process of preparing for the exam.   Advance registration is required. Register through our Student Information Form and specify the Advanced ACT Math Seminar. We will reply to registrants by email with the invitation to this Zoom seminar.   ABOUT YOUR TEACHER: Kaeti Stoss combines her interest in science with her passion for education. When not teaching students, she helps develop Chariot Learning’s research-based curriculum. Kaeti loves seeing the moment when things “click”…

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While today’s graphic calculators are capable of astonishing operations, most test takers only use basic functions on test day. Learn how to unlock the awesome power of your TI-Nspire graphing calculator to solve SAT & ACT math problems quickly, easily, and accurately. In this special class, we will explain when and how to best use your calculator. We’ll also direct attendees to powerful programs that simplify some of the most complex calculations required on the tests.   The fee for this one-hour online seminar is $30.   Advance registration is required. Register through our Student Information Form and specify the January TI-Nspire Calculator Clinic. We will reply to registrants by email with the invitation to this Zoom seminar.   ABOUT YOUR TEACHER: Kaeti Stoss combines her interest in science with her passion for education. When not teaching students, she helps develop Chariot Learning’s research-based curriculum. Kaeti loves seeing the moment…

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While today’s graphic calculators are capable of astonishing operations, most test takers only use basic functions on test day. Learn how to unlock the awesome power of your TI-83 or 84 graphing calculator to solve SAT & ACT math problems quickly, easily, and accurately. In this special class, we will explain when and how to best use your calculator. We’ll also direct attendees to powerful programs that simplify some of the most complex calculations required on the tests.   The fee for this one-hour online seminar is $30 .   Advance registration is required. Register through our Student Information Form and specify the January TI-83/84 Calculator Clinic. We will reply to registrants by email with the invitation to this Zoom seminar.   ABOUT YOUR TEACHER: Kaeti Stoss combines her interest in science with her passion for education. When not teaching students, she helps develop Chariot Learning’s research-based curriculum. Kaeti loves…

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The recent seismic shift in education has taught us the power of intensive online classes focusing on specific aspects of testing and learning. Obviously, our SAT/ACT classes and tutoring programs provide comprehensive preparation for the tests. But some reading, grammar, and math topics can stand further review, especially in creative and focused ways. We’ve designed the series for August 2020 to address the most important, influential, and interesting topics for current, former, and new students alike. Don’t let summer end without trying a few! August 22 – Extra Help on Archaic SAT and ACT Reading Passages (Patty Camloh) August 22 – SAT Historical Documents (Patty Camloh) August 23 – Making SAT & ACT Math Flashcards (Mike Bergin) August 24 – Calculator Clinic: Are You Ready for the SAT & ACT? (Kaeti Stoss) August 25 – SAT & ACT Punctuation (Hilarie Lloyd) August 27 – Overcoming Test Anxiety (Mike Bergin) Each…

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When you want to prep for a standardized test–and you should always prep–the right class can offer the optimal mix of insight, expertise, and value. Assuming you can find a class taught by proven experts that includes both curriculum instruction and practice testing and review, you should sign up… as long as group instruction makes sense for you. Just keep in mind that even the best class should be seen not as a complete package but rather as a powerful foundation for success. What does this mean? A class is a start. When you take a cooking class, you don’t instantly master cuisine just because an instructor supervised the preparation of one easy recipe. Becoming a great chef requires the same elements mastery in every field demands: practice and coaching. The right class provides essential information and techniques for success that only become yours through additional work. Over the years,…

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Summer is here, and time is right to improve academic and executive skills, at least part of the time. The recent seismic shift in education has taught us the power of intensive online classes focusing on specific aspects of testing and learning. Obviously, our SAT/ACT classes and tutoring programs provide comprehensive preparation for the tests. But some reading, grammar, and math topics can stand further review, especially in creative and focused ways. In addition, some topics may not fit in a general class but hold serious significance for certain students. Ultimately, we’ve designed the series for July 2020 to address the most important, influential, and interesting topics for current, former, and new students alike: July 20 – SAT & ACT Punctuation (Hilarie Lloyd) July 22 – Overcoming Test Anxiety (Mike Bergin) July 23 – Extra Help on Archaic SAT and ACT Reading Passages (Patty Camloh) July 27 – Understanding Your…

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