Math Topics for Standardized Tests (GRE, MTEL, etc.)
The Spinelli Center for Quantitative Learning will hold a set of nine workshops for those interested in reviewing some basic math skills that should be helpful when studying for the Graduate Record Exams (GRE) or the MTEL (Massachusetts teacher exam for licensure). This is not a GRE or MTEL review, but we will be reviewing topics that are included on the GRE and typically show up on standardized tests.
There are no other courses at Smith that cover material that is directly related to the material for the GRE, so this is really the most efficient use of your time if you would like to attend these review workshops. Come to one or come to all. No registration required.
Spring 2016: Monday 6:30-8:30pm in Wright Hall 237
February 15: Arithmetic I (symbols, types of numbers, factors, order of operations, fractions)
February 22: Arithmetic II (decimals, ratios, proportions, percents, exponents, roots, absolute value)
February 29: Algebra I (terms, factoring, linear equations, reverse order of operations, quadratic equations, inequalities)
March 7: Algebra II (coordinate geometry, slopes, parallel lines, linear equations, simultaneous equations)
March 14: no meeting (Spring Break)
March 21: Geometry I (lines, angles, polygons, triangles, Pythagorean theorem, rectangles)
March 28: Geometry II (parallelograms, trapezoids, circles, arc length, 3-D solids)
April 4: Data analysis I (mean, median, counting, frequency, probability, sequences, factorials)
April 11: Data analysis II (permutations, combinations, data presentation, data interpretation)
April 18: Solving word problems.
Second Level, Neilson Library, Smith College, Northampton, MA 01063
Tel 413.585.3091 | Questions? Contact us | Last updated January 28, 2016