Below are links to my videos to help you prepare for the math section of the ACT and for various math classes.
Do you know how the math section of the ACT is structured? Do you know what kind of math problems and the types of questions to expect? In this video, I'll go over with you what the math section looks like so you will know what to expect. Also, I'll touch on the types of math you should review to prepare. Finally, I'll give you a few hints on what I think you should do to prepare to do your best on the math section of the ACT.Watch Video
Converting from and to scientific notation is a skill that you should review in your math ACT prep. I will show you several examples of converting to scientific notation for large and small numbers.Watch Video
You can expect to see percents in some form on the math section of the ACT. To prepare for using percents, I have worked several examples that make use of percents in the the form of cost discounts, tax, and sales commission. Also, I work an example using voting/polling to determine percents of the total.Watch Video
I work 2 ACT-type questions on finding the positive factors of a number. This is a Pre-Algebra skill that you may see on the ACT.Watch Video
Get a review on solving fractions problems! Fractions are usually on the ACT. I'll show you practice questions related to ordering fractions, improper fractions, numerators and denominators, and finding the least common denominator.Watch Video
View 3 ACT-type example problems working with mean, median, and mode. These 3 problems will help the student see different examples of word problems and applications of mean, median, and mode that they may encounter on the ACT.Watch Video
Finding the least common multiple is a PreAlgebra skill for ACT practice problems. The form of the questions for least common multiple (LCM) may appear as you being clearly asked to find the LCM or in the form of a word problem. See both types in this video.Watch Video