Remedial Math Prep Centers & Schedule

MLIC Remedial Math courses are offered in a 27 hour format over 4 consecutive days at the centers indicated and as per the schedule shown below. Specific topics to be covered for each day will be consistent with the curriculum indicated in the last column of this and home page.

Math Course schedule


The remedial math prep course will feature 27 hours of in-class instructions and coaching spread over 4 consecutive days (Friday to Monday) as shown below. After the in-class training ends, you will be provided with a workbook for practice with the learned concepts and procedures.
The schedule in the table below shows the area of coverage for each of the 4 days. The specifics within each covered area will be consistent with the curriculum shown in the column 3.

DayHoursArea Covered
(Day 1)
5:00 PM - 8:00 PMNumbers Theory
Saturday(Day 2)9:30 AM - 1:15 PMRatios and Proportions
2:00 PM - 6:00 PMAlgebra Review
Sunday (Day 3)9:30 AM - 1:15Algebra Review & Statistics
2:00 PM - 6:00 PMStatistics & Geometry
Monday (Day 4)9:30 AM - 12:00 PMGeometry
12:00 PM - 1:15 PMMath Reasoning
2:00 PM - 4:00 PMAssessment Test
4:00 PM - 6:00 PMReview of Test & Post-class instructions.
Lunch break is between 1:15 pm and 2:00 pm on days 2 to 4. Expect Home assignments requiring a commitment of 1 hour after the class ends on Days 2 and 3. You will be required to turn in the after-class home assignments to your instructor on the following day.

MLIC Remedial Math prep course is designed to bring you up to speed in these critical but basis math assessment areas so that you can ace the standardized tests such as GMAT, GRE, SAT, ACT, and pre-med tests. Who knows, your employment chances are also dependent on your developing math proficiency in all the critical areas covered in the MLIC remedial math prep course.

Math Course Centers

Course Centers

The following table shows the start dates for the MLICETS Remedial Math prep courses and classes in an area close to where you live. All Remedial Math courses start on a Friday as per the following schedule and run for 3 consecutive days. For example, if you are planning to attend the Remedial math prep course in New York City, you will find New York City listed under First Friday and then under Third Friday. This means that there will be two different offerings of remedial math prep class in New York City for two different batches. In March 2013, the first Friday happens to be on March 1, 2013. The third Friday falls on March 15, 2013. There will be two different remedial math prep sessions starting on these dates and running for 4 consecutive days (ending on Monday). People who attend the sessions starting on First Friday will be done with the training on the following Monday and need not return again on the Third Friday, when a new batch of students will start their remedial math preparation.

Start DateCenter (City)
First FridayNew York City
Toronto, ON
Sydney, AU
Montreal, Que
Second FridayChicago (Lombard)
Washington DC
San Francisco
Third FridayNew York City
Miami, FL
Los Angeles, CA
London UK
Fourth FridayChicago (Lombard)
Atlanta, GA
Dallas, TX
Boston. MA

Math Course Fee

Course center(s) inCourse Fee
All USA centersU$995
Canadian CentersC$995 + GST/HST
London, EnglandU$1,495/895GBP
Tokyo, JapanU$1,495
Sydney, NSWAUD1,495

Course Curriculum

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Properties of Integers
Real numbers, rational and irrational numbers, prime integers, odd and even integers, factoring including prime factoring, multiples and remainders; Fractions: improper fractions, common denominators, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of fractions; Decimal numbers; Creating equivalencies.
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Ratios, proportions, probability, Percentages
Concepts of ratios, proportions, simple probability, conditional probability, percentages, percent change
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Comprehensive Algebra Review
Distributive, associative, commutative properties; expressing one variable in terms of another; solving simultaneous equations; factoring algebraic expressions; solving quadratic equations; exponents; inequalities; Functions and Crazy symbol representation of functions;sequences; square roots and radicals.
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Statistical Measures and Sets theory
Average (arithmetic mean),Median, Mode, Standard Deviation; Exclusive and independent sets; Counting methods: permutation and combination; conditional probability and use of permutations in computation.
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Comprehensive Geometry Review
Straight lines and intersecting lines; rules about angles; side-side, side-angle, angle-angle relationships in a triangle; polygons (triangles (scalene, equivalateral, isosceles, right), rectangle including square, Circle, 3-D objects such as rectangular prism, cubes, cylinder, cones; Coordinate Geometry: slope-intercept form of equation for straight line, equation for circle, finding slope and x- and y- intercepts; solving problems in geometry.
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Quantitative Reasoning
How to reason with quantitative information to make probable and must-be-true decisions; looking for consistency by actively testing for inconsistency.
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Demonstrate Proficiency
Take a 2-hour test to demonstrate your competency in the critical areas covered in the curriculum of the Remedial Math prep program.