Weekly Online Q&A Office Hours: Get your questions answered in the live Google Hangout. See what others had problems with and learn while I share techniques that were not in the pre-recorded videos. Hangouts will be recorded for those who do not make the live sessions.
Secret Group for members of the course: Studying is more fun together! Join a group of like minded ladies who all have the same goal as you. They say you become the sum of the five people you hang around most. When studying for the ACT hang around people who are as motivated as you are. Iron sharpens iron and you will learn and benefit from sharing resources, accountability, and answering problems for others in the group. You are allowed to stay in the group for a full two years after you take your initial course. You can watch the ACT Google Hangouts as well for two years.
Weekly Instructional Videos, Worksheets, Quizzes, and Drills: instructional videos and content drills will engrain the information in your head by repetition. This is my secret to increasing your score in minimal time. This is equivalent to three sessions a week for 6 weeks. This is worth over $1200 of classes for under $650.
Free Practice Tests, Checklists, and Cheat Sheets included: Quick and easy formulas and rules to remember to increase your knowledge in half the time.
How to create your personal study plan: We guide you on the best practices on how to create your own study plan so that you are most efficient in your study.
Click here for a video intro to the course: Video Intro to the Course
I mentioned before that this class is worth $1200 of instruction. Let's think about the money that you can save by participating in this course. One of my students raised her score from a 21 to a 30 in three months. That changes her prospectives to just getting into a state school, to getting a full-ride to a state school. That is a $100,000 savings when you factor in tuition, room and board, books, and expenses.
Previously, Miesha has lent her instructional skills at the University of Chicago Charter Schools and taught computer science at the University of Chicago Summer Camps. After teaching the children of Chicago’s elite, she decided to use her teaching and developmental skills building with students who normally couldn’t access that level of instruction. Miesha has taught web development for a City of Chicago funded program geared towards economically disadvantaged teens and youth offenders on the west side of Chicago. Miesha also has served as an elite math and ACT/SAT prep tutor for 12 years.
As a college sophomore at the University of Michigan, Miesha worked on a research project that created math programs for Detroit Public Schools students and fell in love with working to improve the educational outcomes of disadvantaged youth who lacked access to technology. After college, Miesha worked as a quality improvement engineer in the automotive industry. Two years ago she made her first step toward a career in STEM Education, taking on the challenge of teaching herself web design and software development so she could teach this skill to girls. While Miesha loves engineering, she loves inspiring women and girls who may not think that engineering is a career option for them even more.