Regents Exam Preparation Workshops

A blended course created and run in collaboration with Long Island University.  The blended course includes an online learning portal, live instructor-led dialogs of problem-solving sessions, a forum moderated by teaching assistants and faculty, unlimited practice tests and mock Regents exams to fully prepare the student.

Program includes

eBook with animated videos

Formative self-assessment and assignments

Mock Regents Exams

24/7 support

  • This course will cover the material necessary for students to take the Integrated Algebra Regents exam. The Regents exam will address both the content and the process strands of the New York State Mathematics Standards. The exam will address the students’ conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, and problem solving skills. Graphing Calculators will be required for use by the student. Topics include linear and quadratic functions, solving equations and inequalities, properties of exponents, radical expressions, polynomials, rational expressions, counting outcomes, and permutations. The course will conclude with the Integrated Algebra Regents exam.

    Instruction: Blended Online & Live Dialogs

    Cost: $99

  • This is the second Regents course in the mathematics series for high school students. The course will cover the content and the process strands of the New York State Mathematics Standards. The exam will address the students’ conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, and problem solving skills. Graphing Calculators will be required for use by the student. Topics include congruence and similarity of triangles, transformations, properties of triangles, quadrilaterals, circles, regular pyramids, cylinders, cones, spheres, constructions, locus, reasoning and proofs. The course will conclude with the Geometry Regents exam.

    Instruction: Blended Online & Live Dialogs

    Cost: $99

  • This course is the capstone course of the three units of credit required for a Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation. This course is a continuation and extension of the Integrated Algebra R and Geometry R courses that preceded it. This series prepares the students for success in Pre-Calculus and AP Statistics and/or AP Calculus. Students will represent and analyze algebraically a variety of problems. Within this course, the number system will be extended to include imaginary and complex numbers. The families of functions to be studied will include polynomial, absolute value, radical, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Problem situations involving direct and indirect variation will be solved. Problems resulting in systems of equations will be solved graphically and algebraically. Data analysis will be extended to include measures of dispersion and the analysis of regression that model functions studied throughout this course. Right triangle trigonometry will be expanded to include the investigation of circular functions. Problem situations requiring the use of trigonometric equations and identities will also be investigated. Graphing Calculators will be required for use by the student. The course will conclude with the Algebra 2 & Trigonometry Regents exam

    Instruction: Blended – Online & Live Dialogs

    Cost: $99

  • The course emphasizes understanding of broad concepts rather than memorization of science facts. Key Ideas covered include: Mechanics, Energy, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves, and Modern Physics. Historical content, uncertainty in measurement, significant figures and SI units are included in the introduction of the core. In addition the material on the Physics Reference Tables is considered part of the core curriculum and is testable. The course culminates with a Regents exam. Students must successfully complete 1,200 minutes of NY State mandated hands-on laboratory exercises in order to be eligible to sit for the exam. A satisfactory laboratory write-up is the criteria for successful completion of the lab exercise. (LAB REQUIRED)

    Instruction: Blended – Online & Live Dialogs

    Cost: $99

  • The course emphasizes understanding of broad concepts rather than memorization of science facts. Key topics covered include: Atomic Concepts, Periodic Table, Moles/Stoichiometry, Bonding, Physical Behavior of Matter, Kinetics/Equilibrium, Organic Chemistry, Oxidation-Reduction, Acids, Bases and Salts, and Nuclear Chemistry. Historical content, the scientific method, uncertainty in 31 measurement, significant figures and SI units are included in the introduction of the core. In addition the material on the Chemistry Reference Tables is considered part of the core curriculum and is testable. The course culminates with a Regents exam. Students must successfully complete 1,200 minutes of NY State mandated hands-on laboratory exercises in order to be eligible to sit for the exam. A satisfactory laboratory write-up is the criteria for successful completion of the lab exercise. (LAB REQUIRED)

    Instruction: Blended – Online & Live Dialogs

    Cost: $99