SAT Prep, PSAT Prep
Summer is a great time to prepare for the SAT and PSAT. For high school sophmores and juniors, SAT and PSAT test dates in the winter and early spring can pose a challenge: Focusing on preparation with a busy school schedule.
Math Hive can help:
We will recommend a book to study from, help the student fill the gaps in their understanding, and learn from the practice tests. This will help improve their score when they take the real test.
With a standard membership, we will help a student every day we’re open for up to 2 hours. If you do this for the entire summer, this is 3 months of preparation, costing $1,050 for one student for the summer. Compare this to test prep services. It is an economical way to study for the test and the student really learns the math concepts.
High school Math Tutoring:
During the school year, the typical high school student will usually need the entire 2 hours of math help provided by our tutors to keep up with classwork. As we find gaps in the student’s understanding of certain mathematical concepts and formulas; our tutors provide instruction based on those gaps in knowledge while keeping your student current with the coursework.
Through the summer, we spend a lot of time preparing high school students for their next year of math. Math Hive has helped students prepare for Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II. In addition, some students want to prepare for the SAT or ACT. They can bring in their study materials and the tutors will help them develop a study plan, work through problems, and sample tests.
Math Homework Help:
To make students successful in math, we realize it’s important to stay up with the current classwork. Math Hive will oversee that the homework is being done correctly, answer questions, and spend time ensuring the student understands the concepts and facts for their current assignment. The tutors will also help create a review plan when quizzes and tests are scheduled.
A third area for interested students is to spend time on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) activities. This optional and the priority is determined by the parent. Math Hive has available coding, robots, building, physics, and spatial games that are of interest to many students. They help the student understand how math is used in the world.