Summer 2021
HEADSTART BOOTCAMPS
By popular demand, TJTestPrep is hosting a number of Math bootcamps to help students prepare for their summer and 202122 coursework, as well as the TJHSST Admissions process (Math/Science ProblemSolving Essay). These bootcamps will provide students with a strong foundation so that future math coursework seems familiar and comfortable.
Where: Online, via Zoom video conference.
When: Weekly on Saturdays from June 12th through July 31st (8 weeks). Each session will last approximately 1.5 hours and be paired with approximately 34 hours worth of homework assignments per week. See individual course for specific timings.
Price: $399 earlybird registration (through May 24th); increases to $499 on May 25th. Use code "EARLYBIRD" at checkout.
Algebra 1 Fundamentals
9AM  10:30 AM
Taught by Thomas Jefferson HSST Alumni, this bootcamp will give students a strong introduction to concepts in geometry including, but not limited to:

Linear Equations

Rates

Dimensional Analysis

Systems of Equations

Inequalities, Functions

Geometric and Arithmetic Sequences

Exponents, Growth, Decay

Quadratics and Parabolas

Irrational Function
This course will prepare students at a highly advanced level, and also supports concepts that are often found on the SAT Math and TJHSST Math/Science ProblemSolving Essay
Geometry Fundamentals
11AM  12:30PM
Taught by Thomas Jefferson HSST Alumni, this bootcamp will give students a strong introduction to concepts in geometry including, but not limited to:

Planes, Lines, Angles

Triangles and properties

Pythagorean theorem tricks

Polygons

Distance and Midpoint

2Sided Proofs

Sin/Cos/Tan functions

Circles, arc length, inscribed shapes

Solid geometry (Volume, Surface Area)
This course will prepare students at the TJHSST honors level, and also supports concepts that are often found on the SAT Math and TJHSST Math/Science ProblemSolving Essay.
Trig + Algebra 2 Fundamentals
9AM  10:30AM
Taught by Thomas Jefferson HSST Alumni, this bootcamp will give students a strong introduction to concepts in geometry including, but not limited to:

Unit Circle

Polynomials and Division

Complex Numbers

Exponential Models

Logarithms and Natural Log, "e"

Sinusoidal Models

Shifting, Reflecting, Scaling Functions

Trigonometric Identities

Specific Functional Graphs
This course will prepare students at the TJHSST honors level, but is appropriate for any student who has completed or will complete Honors Geometry by Summer 2021.
EXAMPLES OF HOW WE TEACH
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: Where are these bootcamps and workshops located?
A: Our bootcamps and workshops will be hosted online via Zoom video conference. Students and parents will receive a link via email prior to the session. These bootcamps can be done from the comfort of your own home, without having to waste entire weekends.
Q: Can I sign up for more than one bootcamp?
A: Yes, you may sign up for more than one bootcamp. This is ideal for students who will be doing summer coursework.
Q: Will there be homework for the bootcamps?
A: Yes. We want students to get the most out of their time with us. Students will have a few problems and assignments to complete between sessions, that should take no longer than 4 hours to complete per week. With math, practice makes perfect! We will drill down concepts with students during class as well, but homework will be a part of the process.
Q: What if I cannot attend every session due to a conflict or vacation?
A: No worries — all of our sessions will be recorded. Every registered student will have access to recordings for the duration of the course and through the end of the following school year.
Q: Who are the instructors?
A: The instructors are TJHSST Alumni and are wellversed in Math. All of our instructors achieved the maximum scores on the AP AB/BC Calculus Exams, SAT, and SAT Math II Subject Test. They have hundreds of hours of tutoring experience and have run math preparatory bootcamps since 2016.
Q: How many students will be in each class?
A: While we are uncertain of the exact number of students, we will cap the student:instructor ratio at 1 instructor for every 9 students. We believe that this will allow for lots of individualized attention for each student, as well as a comfortable classroom environment.