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MathSP will enable you to beat the test with off the charts scores. Guaranteed. Register today to begin preparing for any of the following tests. We offer only one-on-one sessions for the tests below so that each session is completely customized to meet your individual needs. Our expert coaches can take you where you want to go. Call us: (678) MATH-650 or (678) 628-4650 or email us to schedule your first session!

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Are you preparing for the Quantitative section of the DAT? Do you need a review of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry concepts? Let MathSP help you score your best on the DAT! MathSP focuses on the Quantitative Reasoning Test (QRT) section of the test. The QRT consists of 40 questions that test your proficiency in Math subject concepts and Problem-solving. The following table summarizes the overall structure of the DAT.

Sections Time
Tutorial 15 minutes
Survey of Natural Sciences 90 minutes
Perceptual Ability Test 60 minutes
Optional Break 15 minutes
Reading Comprehension Test 60 minutes
Quantitative Reasoning Test (QRT)* 45 minutes
Post Test Survey 15 minutes
Total 5 hours**
*No calculator permitted

**Total time includes Tutorial, Optional Break, and Post Test Survey

Concept-based Learning ensures that students understand the topics covered on the QRT and are able to apply these Math concepts to real DAT questions.

MathSP instructors utilize the Facilitative Approach to ensure mastery of concepts and strategies.

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Are you studying for the GACE? Do you need help preparing for the Quantitative portion of the test? Let MathSP help you score your best! Whether you need a review of all the topics covered on your specific test or only a select group of topics, our proven SP Method™ can help you achieve superior results. We provide preparation for assessments in many areas, including Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Special Education General Curriculum, Mathematics, and Middle Grades Mathematics.

To review the test design and framework for your specific test, please visit the GACE website. The test designs for the Mathematics Content Assessment (Test I and Test II) are described in the tables below.

Mathematics Test I (Test Code 022)
Topics Number of Selected-Response Questions (approximate) Constructed-Response Assignments
Number Concepts and Operations 16 0
Algebra 22 1
Pre-Calculus and Calculus 22 1
Total 60 2
Percentage of Test Score 80% 20%
Mathematics Test II (Test Code 023)
Topics Number of Selected-Response Questions (approximate) Constructed-Response Assignments
Geometry and Measurement 16 0
Data Analysis and Probability 22 1
Mathematical Processes and Perspectives 22 1
Total 60 2
Percentage of Test Score 80% 20%

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Learn more about the GACE Test Designs and Frameworks.

The Georgia Student Assessments measure students’ achievement of state-mandated curriculums. Is your child prepared to pass the Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests (CRCT), End-of-Course Tests (EOCT), and/or Georgia High School Graduation Tests (GHSGT)? At MathSP, we can help your child succeed in the Math portion of these mandatory state exams.


The CRCT is required for middle school students. A cumulative end-of-year assessment is required by the state to measure how well students acquire, learn, and retain the knowledge from a particular curriculum. MathSP can help your child prepare for the Math portion of the CRCT.


The EOCT is required for students in grades 9-12 in core classes (as well as middle school students taking high school core classes). MathSP can help prepare your child for the Mathematics I test, which includes algebra, geometry, and statistics, and the Mathematics II test, which includes geometry, algebra II, and statistics.


The GHSGT is required for students in the state of Georgia to graduate from high school. There are four content areas tested, including Math. Ensure that your child is ready for the Math portion of the GHSGT and sign up for MathSP coaching today!

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Are you studying for Advanced Placement Exams? Let MathSP help you succeed on the AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, and AP Statistics Exams. Our SP Method™ will provide you with the strategies and problem-solving techniques to score high on these Advanced Placement exams and earn college credit. Whether you need a comprehensive review of the topics covered on the AP exams or want to target a select group of topics, MathSP’s Concept-based Learning will prepare you with the tools to understand and apply concepts to real test questions. Using the Facilitative Approach, our expert tutors will work with you through sample problems and solutions to help you identify and learn from mistakes.

The AP Calculus AB Exam is designed to assess your understanding of Calculus concepts including functions, derivatives, limits, and integrals.

The AP Calculus BC Exam is designed to assess your understanding of Calculus concepts including the topics covered in the AP Calculus AB Exam plus additional concepts relating to polynomial approximations and series.

Both the AP Calculus AB and AP Calculus BC Exams are each 3-hours and 15-minutes and are outlined as follows:

Sections Time Number of Questions Calculator Use
Multiple Choice 105 Minutes 45 Total Part A: 28 (55 min) Not permitted
Part B: 17 (50 min) Graphing calculators required
Free Response 90 Minutes 6 Total Part A: 2 (30 min) Graphing calculators required
Part B: 4 (60 min) Not permitted

The AP Statistics Exam is designed to assess your understanding of four broad themes in Statistics. These topics, as well as their approximate percentage of the test, are as follows:

Topics Description Approximate % of Test
Exploring Data Use of graphical and numerical techniques to study patterns and departures from patterns 20-30%
Sampling and Experimentation Plan and conduct a study by clarifying a question and deciding upon a method of data collection and analysis 10-15%
Anticipating Patterns Explore random phenomena and anticipate distribution of data using probability and simulation 20-30%
Statistical Inference Estimate population parameters and test hypotheses through the use of point estimators and confidence intervals 30-40%

The AP Statistics Exam is 3 hours in duration and is outlined as follows:

Sections Time Number of Questions Calculator Use
Multiple-Choice 90 Minutes 40 Total Graphing calculators permitted/required
Free-Response 90 Minutes 5 questions plus longer investigative task Graphing calculators permitted/required

Learn more about AP exams and scoring guidelines.