**Which one makes more sense to you?**

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Why does the College Board *tell* you how to solve math problems instead of showing you how to solve them?

OR

COLUMN 2

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Here’s another example.

Why does the College Board tell you the most complicated way of solving the problem? In this case, they tell you to solve it algebraically when making up numbers would be much faster.

**The College Board publishes explanations for every single question on the practice tests. **

**Just one problem: no one can understand them.**

Not unless you’re really good at math already, anyway. But math isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. That doesn’t mean you can’t score well on the math section of the SAT though –– all you need is someone who knows the test inside-out and can teach you simple, easy-to-remember methods for solving every single problem in the math section.

That’s where I come in.

**I’m Stacey, and I teach kids how to tackle the math part of the SAT –– even if they’re “not good at math”.**

I know the SAT backwards and forwards. After all, in my 9 years of tutoring I’ve taken it over 100 times, provided 20,000 question explanations, and, most importantly, helped more than 500 students improve their SAT and ACT scores. Combine that with my master’s degree in education and my knack for translating test prep gobbledygook into plain English, and you’ve got a powerful ally for upping your score.

But there’s only one me. And as much as I’d love to work one on one with every single kid who needs it, I can’t be everywhere at once.

**That’s why I’ve created a library of explanations for you to access anytime, anywhere.**

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In it, you’ll find written and video explanations to *every single math question* on the SAT practice tests.*

Each one is spelled out exactly like you saw above, with straightforward, logical explanations, no math-speak required.

And the best part? By learning to answer the questions this way, you’re not just memorizing answers to a bunch of different questions. You’ll learn universal concepts and strategies for answering *any question* you come across, which is way more useful than cramming a bunch of answers into your head.

**Bottom line: if you want to increase your math score on the SAT (with an added bonus of getting WAY better at test taking in general), this is how you do it.**

*Are you ready to take on the SAT? Let’s do it together!*

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**FAQs – {CAN THE EXPLANATION BE HIDDEN AT FIRST AND EXPAND UNDER THE QUESTION WHEN YOU CLICK ON THE QUESTION?}**

**–– I’m ***really*** bad at math. Are you sure you can help?**

Want to hear a secret? Math isn’t my natural language either. And yet I routinely score in the top X% for math when I take the test, as do my students. Why? Because I’m amazing at logic, test taking skills, and smart estimating. And I can teach you how to be great at those things –– and see the results in your test scores –– too.

**–– I’ve worked with tutors, read the books, watched explanations on YouTube, and prayed to the math gods, but I still don’t get it. How is what you do different?**

Because my explanations are simple, perfected over 9 years and over 1500 sessions. They’re as straightforward as humanly possible, and designed to work for visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learners, so you can get it no matter how you learn best.

And unlike most test prep resources, I don’t just teach you how to answer each question. I teach you how to see the commonalities between questions, how to think about answering questions, and how to use logic and smart estimating to tackle any test that comes your way, not just the SAT.

**–– Do I have to have a specific educational background to understand your explanations?**

Nope. I’ve worked with kids from public schools and private schools, homeschoolers, Olympic athletes who work exclusively with tutors, and pretty much anyone else you can imagine. These explanations are everyone-friendly.

**–– Why use your explanations instead of the official ones? Isn’t it better to do it “right”?**

The SAT doesn’t care how you solve the questions, all that matters is that you get the right answer. I’m totally practical. If you want to learn math theory or only want to learn how to get it technically right, this isn’t the best fit for you.

Because the truth is, the College Board’s explanations are correct. But they’re shown out of context, and they’re correct in very specific, highly theoretical ways. So if you want real-world, plain English, “oh hey, I didn’t know it could be that easy!” explanations, this is perfect for you.

**–– I think I want you to tutor me instead. Can we do that?**

Sure! I love working one on one with people. You can click here to book in a free 20 minute consult here so we can chat about it. Just so you know though, I don’t keep any extra-special secret tactics back. What you see here is how I tutor, so if you’re thinking that you have to book in with me to get the really good stuff, think again. That being said, if you want some individual attention, like the one on one approach, or feel like you need some extra hand holding, I’m here for you!

*Get instant access!*

**Right now we’re at X number out of X number explanations. (That’s why you can get it now for X intro price vs X full price. All of the explanations are going to be in by DATE … but there’s plenty to get started with now!*

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