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How to Increase your Math ACT or SAT Scores

May 16, 2019

Call today at (740) 236-9191 for more information and how you can get started with us.

SAT/ACT Preparation Programs

We’ve developed the Mathnasium SAT Math Prep program and ACT Math Prep program to give students the individual attention they need to maximize their score on the math portion of each exam. Each student will come away from an initial assessment with a plan to address weaknesses in the areas covered by the SAT or the ACT and develop skills to tackle every question. Coupled with test strategies and tips, and regular practice exams, the Mathnasium SAT Math Prep program, and ACT Math Prep program are superior to other approaches.

Provided adequate time is given to prepare for the exam; we are confident that students’ scores will improve after following our program. 


Mathnasium SAT/ACT Prep Approach

How to Increase your Math ACT or SAT Scores

Four Quick tips to scoring well on the Math Portion of the ACT or SAT

1. Make sure your student has a strong Algebraic foundation. Close to 70% of the test is tested on basic Pre-Algebra and Algebra skills. If your student does not have a strong understanding of basic algebraic computations and concepts, no amount of preparing will give them a score that is significant in helping them get into college or getting a scholarship.


2. Encourage them to prepare before they take the test the first time. Imagine that taking the ACT or SAT is their opportunity for your student to compete for spots in colleges such as Auburn or Alabama and/or compete for scholarships. It is unheard of for someone to go to a sporting competition and not practice or prepare. There are plenty of practice tests that they can take online, or just purchase a practice book and allow them to practice at home.


3. Do not cram right before the test. Cramming and learning math concepts at the last minute does more damage than it helps. It creates stress and anxiety that can result in the student doing poorly on the test. It is better to prepare gradually in a non-stressful way.


4. Work on Computational Fluency. This is the ability to compute numbers in your head quickly and efficiently. This saves valuable time and energy on problems that require more time and critical thinking. We call it building one's MATH MUSCLE at Mathnasium.


Learn More About How Mathnasium Can Help Your Child


Complementary Skills Assessment

The best way to see if we are a good fit for your child’s needs is to visit our center, meet the instructors and get a Complimentary Math Skills Assessment.  
Call us at (740) 236-9191  or Schedule online and Let's Get Started!