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AIME (Academic Intervention for Math and English)

Quick, FREE, and convenient prep classes to help you succeed in college-level math and English!

Fall 2022 Prep Schedule

  • Pick which class (or classes!) you'd like to take (BSTEM, STATS, English and course descriptions are below)... then pick a time and a session (or sessions!). 
  • To register for the classes below, please email omiri@mtsac.edu with your A# and the CRN for the course you would like.
  • You can also try to go into your Portal and register for the corresponding CRN. Just a reminder that all AIME classes are FREE and will not impact your GPA.
  • Online classes are accessible through Canvas.
  • Make sure you choose SUMMER when you register (as it's technically part of that term)
Subject Dates/Times Modality August 8-18
English Prep for College Success Monday-Thursday 9-11am Online CRN: 11298
English Prep for College Success Monday-Thursday 5:30-7:30pm Online CRN: 11299
Math Prep for BSTEM Success (Math 100 focused) Monday-Thursday 11:30am-1:30pm Online CRN: 11300
Math Prep for Statistics Success Monday-Thursday 5:30-7:30pm Online CRN: 11301
 
Feel free to contact us at (909) 274-4845 or aime@mtsac.edu if you have any questions or need help with registration!

Need a little longer to review?

"Math for People who Hate Math" might be right for you!

Subject Dates/Times Location August 22-October 13
Math for People who Hate Math MTW 10-11am Bldg 30, Room 111 CRN: 29512

 

Additional Fall 2022 AIME Sessions will be announced soon! Check back in early August!

 

Course Descriptions

MATH PREPARATION FOR STATISTICS SUCCESS (STATS)
BS MPS
This course is a review of arithmetic and algebraic skills that are required to be successful in college statistics. Introduction into basic vocabulary and concepts of statistics. Emphasis on critical reading and thinking skills as they pertain to college statistics.
 
MATH PREPARATION FOR BSTEM SUCCESS (BSTEM)
BS MPSTM
This course is a review of algebraic skills to be successful in BSTEM (Business, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) courses.
 
ENGLISH PREPARATION FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS
BS EPCS
This course develops expository and argumentative essay and research paper formatting. Emphasizes critical reading of academic material for college coursework.