Chris is a Stanford-educated tutor with over 10 years experience tutoring math to students of all abilities and levels, from pre-algebra and middle school all the way through college algebra, calculus and the SAT. In that time he got a lot of experience learning how to explain this stuff in a way it actually makes sense to normal people, and he brings that experience to his videos, whether you are in class now or preparing for ACT.

How to prep for ACT using ThatTutorGuy.com -- The table below contains a list of all the topics you'll find on the ACT test. In the right-hand column of the table are links to all the videos on our site that you'll want to watch to cover those topics.

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"I used the ACT prep page for the week leading up to my ACT. I haven’t taken a math class in a while, so these videos definitely gave me the help that I needed. I loved that the things I needed to study were there in one page. Having them there made it so much easier to find specific topics I needed to study. These videos bumped my composite score from a 19 to a 21 in literally a week!"

-Sara M.

ACT Practice Tests:

ACT practice tests -- Once the new tab opens, you'll need to enable flash. The explanations aren't great, but once you take the test with those guys, come back here to figure out how to do stuff! (that link takes you off our site)

About the test: The ACT® college entrance exam covers reading, writing, science, and math. This site will help you prepare for the math questions which cover topics from pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, algebra 2, and stats/probability. Tests are on paper at a test center and are given near the beginning of the month in April and June.

Calculators: Calculators are allowed but must meet the guidelines of the calculator policy:

How to Study: Start by testing yourself on the below practice test from ACT®. The first link has math questions only, the second is a free, downloadable guide for the entire test. (There are lots of free practice tests online but the official one will have the most relevant questions). Use a similar calculator as you will use on your test. Since the test is timed, practice in a timed environment as well! There are 60 math questions in 60 minutes.

General Study Tips: If you haven't found them already, Chris has a great series of videos on HOW to study including how to counter math anxiety prior to a big test and the best ways to prepare. Study Tips

ACT® is the registered trademark of ACT®, Inc. ThatTutorGuy.com.com has no affiliation with ACT®, Inc, and the ThatTutorGuy.com ACT® test prep course is not approved or endorsed by ACT®, Inc.

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If you do not have an account, you should get one, because it is awesome! You can save a playlist for each test or each chapter, and save your "greatest hits" into a "watch right before the final" list (not that we recommend cramming, but when in Rome...)