A common question I receive is "When should my student start taking the ACT?".

A common question I receive is "When should my student start taking the ACT?".

What areas should be focused on in preparing for the math section of the ACT?

Exciting news to share about our new ACT math prep opportunities.

Today I am sharing with you how to say "Merry Christmas" with a few math manipulations.

Today I am sharing with you 5 tips for the night before the ACT. I say *night*, but it is just as good an idea to plan and think about these some time before the test.

Preparing for the ACT math section means you need to review several different areas of math. Since there are 6 math content areas (pre-algebra, elementary algebra, intermediate algebra, coordinate geometry, plane geometry, and trigonometry) covered on the test, that could mean alot of techniques and formulas to know.

At LearnMathWithMe.com, we promote practice to improve math performance. As any successful athlete knows, your game is made during practice. Here are 5 strategies to practice before you take the ACT to help improve your performance on the math section.

There are many students that are getting ready to take semester exams for the first time. For those that are use to taking cumulative semester exams, this may not seem like a big deal. But, if you’ve never experienced this type of exam before, it can seem quite overwhelming. It’s a time when you have lots of material to review and have to reach into the depths of your brain to extract the information that you need to do well on the semester exam.

To support our suggestion to regularly practice math, here’s a tool tip you may want to try. We use mini white boards (personal size) on a regular basis at our house. These can be used at any time to write and solve math problems, but I find that we use these mainly in preparation for upcoming tests.

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