Test Preparation

Students who prepare for standardized tests such as the SAT, ACT, IB, IGSCE, High school exit exams, and college placement exams at our Center enjoy a substantial advantage over those who don’t.

OUR UNIQUE STRATEGY

We provide each student with a test prep curriculum customized to their specific needs. To assess their math skills, each student is given a math skills assessment. Based on the strengths and weaknesses identified in this assessment, we develop a personal instruction plan for the student. Working with that—and giving them practical practice in test taking—we optimize their performance.

The result: enhanced results on the actual exams and a more positive step into their future.

 

A Sample of the Work Your Child Will Be Doing to Become Ready for College and Career
  • Number and Quantity
    • Working with rational and irrational numbers, including working with rational exponents (e.g., rewriting (53) 1/2 as 5√5)
    • Solving problems with a wide range of units and solving problems by thinking about units (e.g., “The Trans Alaska Pipeline System is 800 miles long and cost $8 billion to build. Divide one of these numbers by the other. What is the meaning of the answer?”; “Greenland has a population of 56,700 and a land area of 2,175,600 square kilometers. By what factor is the population density of the United States, 80 persons per square mile, larger than the population density of Greenland?”)
  • Algebra
    • Solving real-world and mathematical problems by writing and solving nonlinear equations, such as quadratic equations (ax2 + bx + c = 0)
    • Interpreting algebraic expressions and transforming them purposefully to solve problems (e.g., in solving a problem about a loan with interest rate r and principal P, seeing the expression P(1+r) n as a product of P with a factor not depending on P)
  • Functions
    • Analyzing functions algebraically and graphically, and working with functions presented in different forms (e.g., given a graph of one quadratic function and an algebraic expression for another, say which has the larger maximum)
    • Working with function families and understanding their behavior (such as linear, quadratic, and exponential functions)
  • Modeling
    • Analyzing real-world situations using mathematics to understand the situation better and optimize, troubleshoot, or make an informed decision (e.g., estimating water and followingd negativeativeeds in a disaster area, or using volume formulas and graphs to find an optimal size for an industrial package)
  • Geometry
    • Proving theorems about triangles and other figures (e.g., that the angles in a triangle add to 180º)
    • Solving applied problems involving trigonometry of right triangles
    • Using coordinates and equations to describe geometric properties algebraically (e.g., writing the equation for a circle in the plane with specified center and radius) Statistics and Probability
    • Making inferences and justifying conclusions from sample surveys, experiments, and observational studies
    • Working with probability and using ideas from probability in everyday situations (e.g., comparing the chance that a person who smokes will develop lung cancer to the chance that a person who develops lung cancer smokes

About Us

We are a new education center based in Duhail, Doha offering specialised learning tuition and educational psychology services for young people, from early years to young adulthood. We are a new education center based in Duhail, Doha offering specialised

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