That Tutoring Company













That Tutoring Company

Nationwide Virtual Learning
Known for Our Popular and Successful ACT/SAT Small Group Course

We tailor material to your individual learning style and nurture personal rapports to ensure success!
Now Offering Nationwide Virtual Tutoring!

Additional services include
College Prep Coaching, Private tutoring in ACT, SAT, and PSAT prep, Essay Writing, pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, Algebra II, Trigonometry, and Pre-Calculus


Best Tutoring Company in North Alabama

WHY CHOOSE US?

Whether you're seeking assistance with college preparedness or day-to-day high school academia, our elite team of academic coaches can help you achieve your potential.

We take a comprehensive approach to your education by creating a study plan that incorporates time management skills, good study habits, stress reduction, and confidence-building.

We are fully committed to every student and family with whom we work. You can always rely on our coaches to be there for you, night or day, even after your time with us has ended.

Ranked Best of the Best in Online Virtual Tutoring

256-272-4046
ACT SAT TUTORING

President

Heather Hampton

Team Lead

Christopher Lawson

That Tutoring Company


ACT/SAT Group Course

Our popular Group Courses run year-round to fit your busy schedule. A course runs for 24 hours and is spread over ~5-6 weeks. See our calendar for this year's remaining courses.



Our ACT/SAT Program has met with much success due to our 3-pronged approach. We evenly distribute our time as we  


  • Instruct on critical concepts and strategies
  • Practice to perfect time management skills
  • Analyze homework assignments to zero in on YOUR SPECIFIC problem areas

Despite being a group setting, we make sure you get 1-on-1 attention. 

Limited Classes

10 students max to increase 1-on-1 time and ensure you don't get "lost in the crowd"

Resources

Continued Access - Free access to all of our educational resources AND our TAP software even AFTER the course ends, UNTIL you graduate! 

Evaluation

A highly personalized 1-on-1 evaluation with you post-program to recap, predict your score, and create a tailored study plan

Progress Reports

Weekly reports via email that analyze your performance 

Parent Conference

An hour to help parents understand all the extra resources we offer and the testing process in general (handy for first timers)

Community

Community

Our Partnerships

That Tutoring Company currently partners with Randolph School and Village of Promise. If you are an educational institution or local non-profit and wish to partner with us to reach more students, we would love to hear from you.

Helping Our Communities 

In an attempt to level the playing field, we reserve 20% of class spots for low-income families, free of charge.

We reserve these spots for dedicated students experiencing a significant discrepancy between grades and ACT/SAT test scores.

We have established a limited fund that will pay for low-income students’ testing fees. These students shouldn’t feel they only have 1 shot at the ACT/SAT when others have up to 12.

SAT Math Must-Know Vocabulary Summary

  • This list of math vocabulary words includes math terms that appear repeatedly on the SAT. While there are more math words that you need to know besides these (for example: “tangent” and “perpendicular”), the following are some of the most frequently appearing terms. Having a good vocabulary is helpful for math too

  • integers
    Numbers with no fractional part: . . . , −2, −1, 0, 1, 2, 3, . . .
  • remainder The integer amount left over after division of integers. For example, the remainder when 66 is divided by 7 is 3.
  • even integers Divisible by 2: . . . , −6, −4, −2, 0, 2, 4, 6, . . .
  • odd integers Not divisible by 2: . . . , −5, −3, −1, 1, 3, 5, . . .
  • positive numbers Numbers strictly greater than zero. Zero is not positive.
  • negative numbers Numbers strictly less than zero. Zero is not negative.
  • multiple The product of a particular number and any integer. The multiples of 15 are: . . . , −45, −30, −15, 0, 15, 30, 45, . . .
  • factor An integer that can divide a particular number without a remainder. The factors of 12 are: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 12.
  • prime A positive integer that has only two factors: itself and 1. The first few primes are: 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, . . .
  • average The sum of a group of numbers divided by the number of numbers. Also called the “arithmetic mean”.
  • median The number in the middle of a group of numbers after the group has been numerically sorted.
  • mode The number or numbers in a group which appear most often.
  • in terms of For example, if y = 2x and you are asked to solve for x “in terms of” y, the answer is x = y/2.
  • less, fewer For example, “y is three less than twice x” is equivalent to y = 2x − 3, and “a fewer than b” is the same as b − a.

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.”
– Benjamin Franklin

ACT, SAT, PSAT, College Essay Development, English Composition and Grammar, Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, Algebra II, Trigonometry, & Pre-Calculus

We labor diligently to help all of our students succeed and are fully committed to every family with whom we work. You can always rely on our coaches to be there for you, night or day, even after your time with us has ended. Let us help you reach your potential.

Hours of Operation
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM