SAT Math Prep (Small Group Tutoring Sessions)

The SAT is a big deal – not just for college admissions, but also for scholarships. A small investment now can make a big difference in the schools you get into and your out-of-pocket cost to attend.

The SAT math section is half of your score, and many programs (such as STEM disciplines) will be laser-focused on your math score.

Although the test can be tough, don’t fear it or ignore it. Instead, do what it takes to get ready for the SAT Math sections and succeed on test day!

Email me at to sign up for a small, in-person group tutoring session. Details for the next session are below (Limited spaces available; enrollment is capped at 6 students per session).

Date:    Saturday, March 2, 2024

Time:    10:00AM to 3:00PM

Location: Canton Public Library, Trustees' Conference Room

In this small SAT Math group tutoring session, you will learn:

  • Tactics to save time and avoid panic on test day.
  • Shortcuts to help you find answers faster.
  • Traps you should expect – and how to avoid them.
  • The secret your math teacher won’t tell you about the test.
  • The reason you get stuck on some problems – and how to get unstuck.
  • Topics to know and concepts to study.
  • Question types that appear on the test – and how to beat them.

For one payment of $300 (no contract or recurring charges), you will get:

  • 4 hours of SAT Math instruction (with 1 hour for breaks and lunch)
  • A printed packet with all of my tips, tricks, tactics, and strategies so you can review them anytime and be ready for test day! (I will also send a PDF version to your email address on file).
  • An SAT Prep guide with plenty of questions to practice questions on your own (no extra charge – the book price is included in the cost of the session).

About the Instructor:

Jonathon D. Madore (M.A. Mathematics, Boston College) has over five years of experience in SAT prep. He has tutored hundreds of high school students in SAT Math and other topics. He has worked with public school, private school, and home-school students. He teaches mathematics at Quincy College in Massachusetts and maintains a website about math,