UACCB offering ACT math prep course

The University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville’s Community and Technical Education department is offering a math preparatory class that investigates strategies that enable students to achieve high scores on the math portion of the ACT Exam.

The presentation teaches both traditional and nontraditional methods of problem solving that allow students to get correct answers to questions without the stress of having to use complicated solution techniques. After attending only one four-hour session, individuals can expect a significant gain in their overall score and the financial benefits that come as a result of higher performance. The presenter, Greg Fulton, is a math educator with 36 years of teaching experience, including 28 years preparing high school students for a successful ACT experience. He currently teaches mathematics at Henderson State University in Arkadelphia and Central Baptist College in Conway. He has earned a BS in Biology/Mathematics and an MSE in Mathematics and holds public school certification in math and biological science for the State of Arkansas.



The four-hour class will be held from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. April 1 at the UACCB Nursing Allied Health Building in room 926. The registration fee is $30. Pre-registration is required. For more information or to register, email communityed@uaccb.edu or call 870-612-2082.