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Math Lab

Math Lab Director
Sue Little
Office WNSP 115K
Phone: 281.618.5665

Math Lab Coordinator
Cathy Stevens
Office WNSP 115J
Phone: 281.618.5689

Lab and Tutoring Hours (except Lone Star College System holidays)
Day Time Notes
Monday - Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.  
Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Summer Session...closed Fridays
Saturday 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.  
Sunday 1 p.m. - 6 p.m. Summer Session...closed Sundays


Math Tutors

All tutoring is free. Student tutors, professional tutors and some LSC-NH full-time math faculty members are available as tutors through the Math Lab. The Lab is located in the Academic 200. No appointment is necessary and the Lab is staffed with a tutor or tutors during all the hours it is open. They work with students enrolled in developmental math courses through college level courses, including Calculus.


Reviews

Math 0306 Final Review (PDF)

Math 0308 Final Review (PDF)
Solutions to Math 0308 Review

Math 0310 Final Review (PDF)

Math 1314 Final Review (PDF)

Math 1316 Final Review (PDF)


Software

Maple 11
Math Lab

For In-Lab Use
Math videos for Pre-Algebra through Calculus are available from the Learning Center main counter for in-lab use.

For Take-Home Checkout
The Take-A-Teacher-Home Series videos may be checked out for home viewing from the main counter in the Library.

MATH 0110 -- THEA Preparation in the Math Lab

Contact Cathy Stevens 281.618.5689 for information.

The Math 0110 course is designed for students reviewing for THEA who have completed all required developmental math courses through MATH 0310 (Intermediate Algebra) but who have not yet passed the THEA math test. Students who enroll in this course review the math skills needed for the THEA math test. These students work with current textbooks, the "Take-a-Teacher-Home" video series, and Math Lab software, all of which are available in the Math Lab for in-lab use. Math Lab tutors and Math 0110 instructors are available to help students with questions. Each student's Math 0110 assignments are based on his Pre-TASP test results and THEA math sub-scores. During the Fall and Spring sessions students enrolled in Math 0110 are required to spend two and one-half hours per week (more weekly hours during the summer semester) in the Math Lab working on math for the THEA, and one Math 0110 assignment is due per week (more during summer). Other students who wish to review for the THEA Math test may enroll in MATH 0110 with Math Department approval.

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