SAT: Math Review

SAT: MATH REVIEW

Instructed by Tom Lewis, LS Faculty

The goal of this 5-week course is to practice the types of questions that will be asked on the SAT, and reveal test-taking strategies designed to raise students' scores. Students will learn about time management and the benefits of taking an educated guess. Lastly, students will learn about their own mathematical abilities and the best way to approach the exam based on their individual skills. As students become more familiar with the test, and master SAT test-taking strategies, their confidence and scores are sure to grow! Please purchase the following book for the first class:  The Official SAT Study Guide 2020 Edition by The College Board, ISBN-13: 978-1457312199 (can be purchased on Amazon or elsewhere).  The same book is being used by our SAT Verbal course. Please bring the graphing calculator you plan to use on the day of the test.  Mr. Lewis is a 6th year math teacher at Lincoln-Sudbury. He has experience teaching math at LS with students across a variety of subjects and ability levels - including all "core" math subjects at LS - and experience with tutoring students individually and in a small-group setting. Outside of school, he enjoys hockey, reading, rollerblading, gardening, and hanging with his dog. He's looking forward to helping students prepare for and boost their scores on the SAT! 


SESSION 

DAY

DATES

TIME

ONLINE

FEE

1-Fall

TUES

9/29-10/27

6:00-8:00PM

ZOOM

$349

2-Winter

TUES

1/5-2/2

6:00-8:00PM

ZOOM

$349