**Registration Link**

**Course Information: SAT Math; ****SAT English**

The Course is designed to prepare for the Math portion of the **New SAT Reasoning ****Test**. Students will develop the knowledge and skills measured on the test. The course will **emphasize problem solving**, modeling, appropriate tool use, and algebraic structural analysis. Course content includes all elements outlined in the** New SAT Math Test Content Specifications.**

Classes will consist of a **pretest, lectures, question and answer, problem solving and a post-test assessment.** Students should be doing practice tests outside of class. Course content includes all elements outlined in the **New SAT Math Test Content** **Specifications. There are some special features for this SAT Math class. **

SAT Math materials align with **New SAT Math Test Content Specifications**** required b****y College Board SAT exam. **

**SAT Math Teachers’ Bio:**

**Professor N.**has taught Math for over 20 years at all levels, from middle and high school through advanced college level. He helped establish the advanced mathematics program at the new Governor’s School at Innovation Park, serving as the

**Mathematics Chairperson**and liaison between the School, and the George Mason University Math Department. At Governor’s School he taught

**Pre-**

**Calculus and AP Calculus (AB and BC),**as well as supervised student STEM projects and served as student adviser.

Professor N. is a dedicated Math teacher and delivers his Math teaching with **enthusiasm: engaging students, sparking curiosity, and jump-starting motivation**. He is excited to bring his 20 years’ Mathematics teaching experience to Oakton Academy.

***Feedback from students and parents**

Throughout these three months, I’ve thoroughly enjoyed the

learning process and instruction in the SAT Math class. Before

attending the class, there were multiple gaps in my knowledge of the

mathematics required for the SAT. However, we are taught to use three excellent **SAT Math workbooks**, my knowledge of former concepts got reinforced, and my perspective on mathematics got expanded. In doing so, I was able to exam problems from multiple viewpoints, and thus acquire a deeper understanding of mathematical concepts.

Moreover, with taking a section of a practice test each week, I began to identify my weaknesses and could now focus on addressing the specific types of problems and concepts with which I struggled the most.** Each week’s homework** consisted of series of problem sets, with each set containing only five problems: far from overbearing yet providing a practice opportunity critical to understanding specific concepts. The teacher is extremely knowledgeable, and can address students’ individual questions and

concerns.

Oakton Academy’s** SAT Math class effectively strengthens **students’ math skills and extensively prepares them for the math section on the SAT. I highly recommend this class for anyone seeking help with SAT Math. – from a junior student

*“**The SAT classes really helped me not only prepare for the SAT but improve my English and math abilities in general. I got all A’s first quarter this year, and I believe that these classes definitely helped contribute to that. In the past I’ve never seen English as a strength, but I’ve decided to enroll in AP Language and Composition this year, and I’m doing well in it because of the things I’ve learned in SAT English. Also, I currently have a 101.9% in my math class because a lot of the things we’re being taught I’ve already learned from the SAT math class.” – **from a junior student*

**College Board SAT Math: ****College Board SAT Math**

College Board Newly Released SAT Practice Tests:

**https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/practice/full-length-practice-tests**

**Algebra **

**Linear equations and systems of linear equations****Linear equations and inequalities****Graphing linear equations and inequalities**

**Problem Solving and Data Analysis**

**Analyzing relationships using ratios, proportional relationships, percentages, and units****Representing and analyzing quantitative data****Finding and applying probabilities in context**

**Passport to Advanced Math**

**Identifying and creating equivalent algebraic expressions****Fluency in solving quadratic and other nonlinear equations****Using and graphing exponential and other nonlinear functions**

**Additional topics**

**Problems related to area and volume****Lines, angles, triangles, and circles****Right triangles, the unit circle, and trigonometric functions**

**Cross-test scores**

**Analysis/science/history/social studies**

**Test taking strategies; ****Post-test, evaluation, teacher-parent’s conference during and at the end of the semester.**

**Registration Link**

Location: near Vienna, Oakton, Chantilly, McLean, Falls Church.

2705 Hunter Mill Rd, VA 22124

**Contacts: oaktonacademy@gmail.com; 571-354-7199**