16 WEEK CLASS
(1st Semester at Discipleship Tutorial or 2nd Semester online)
Tutor Name: Matthew Bullington
Course Name: ACT Prep
The Real ACT Prep Guide, 2016-2017 Edition (Wiley) (or 2018 or 2019 edition)
ACT 36 (Barron’s)
The Guide to ACT Math (If student needs to focus on math)
ACT Flash Cards (Barron’s)
Other books/materials, etc. required for class:
Graphing calculator (TI-83/84, any version, can purchase used inexpensively)
Copy Fee: $10
Other Fees: $20 video fee (this covers the cost for me to provide videos I create as well as outside videos to support and expand upon concepts covered)
Minimum Number of Students: 5
Maximum Number of Students: 20
This class focuses on preparing students for the ACT exam, with a combination of extensive practice and in-depth studies of strategies. Every subsection will be covered in detail, with custom-tailored approaches developed for each student based on their skill level and goals. Students will go through multiple full-length exams. Students will also utilize an online program for additional practice. Detailed score reports will be given in place of traditional report cards, but traditional report cards are available if requested/needed.
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This class is one semester long, and can be taken during the fall at Discipleship Tutorial or during the spring online only.
Students will be given access to my online ACT prep course as well.
Expected Weekly Time Commitment for Homework: 2-4 hours per week.
Prerequisites: None. Students who have completed more math (algebra 1, algebra 2 and/or geometry) will be better prepared for math section, but completion of all three is not required.
Recommended Grade Level(s) for this class: Younger students can take the class, but it is generally recommended for the sophomore or junior year.
Estimated Difficulty Level of course for average student: Above average
Rate for Additional Private Tutoring: $50/hour
Additional comments: I do not typically give out traditional grades, students will benefit based on what they put into the class. If students want I can provide traditional report card with grade, can be counted towards 1/2 credit in Test Prep.