In preparation for the SAT on October 9, Knewton is hosting Knerd Week. Each day, there will be a new workshop to help you review for the big test.
Today’s Workshop: Math Review – Do Something!
Time: 7:30-8:30 PM Eastern Time
If you’re not a Knewton student and would like to attend, sign up here!
Most people would agree that the worst feeling in the world is having your brain freeze when you’re trying to take a timed test. Unfortunately, the math section of the SAT has been freezing teenage brains for generations. That’s why Knewton’s Wednesday Knerd Week Workshop is about chipping that ice away and DOING something!
Knowing how to take that first step on even the trickiest math problems has two benefits; it puts you INTO the problem and lets those numbers stop swimming and start working for you, AND it allows you to not run out of time on the rest of the test. Harvard grad and master teacher Dave Ingber will melt that glacier and thaw that permafrost (tired of the ice metaphors yet?) so that even the toughest math problems won’t stop you… cold.
Can’t wait for tonight? Check out Dave explaining an SAT Math question in this video:
And remember, if you’re not a student and would like to attend, you can sign up for the workshop here!