1-hour – Digital SAT Desmos© Calculator Course

The Digital SAT will provide students in-test access to Desmos©, an extraordinarily powerful graphing and scientific calculator. Students who know how to take full advantage of Desmos© will be able to raise their scores significantly on the Math section of the digital PSAT/SAT.

This one-night Desmos© Calculator course is geared toward students taking the Digital SAT in the spring. In one hour, SAT Math expert and Method Learning Director of Content Kyle Ambrose will teach you all you need to know about Desmos’s functions and utilities; you’ll also learn about the wide array of problem types that become much easier when addressed with Desmos©. Students of all levels of math ability will benefit from the tips, tricks, and practice!

Join us on Thursday, October 12th from 8–9 PM Eastern to learn how becoming a Desmos© expert can help you increase your Digital SAT scores.


Oct 12


8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Oct 12
  • Time: 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm




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Evan Wessler

Evan graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Bucknell University with a degree in Biology in 2009. After starting a biomedical sciences PhD program at Harvard University, he decided instead to pursue tutoring and leadership opportunities with Method Learning. Evan’s experience has given him the ability to excel as a top educator at Method Learning, and has helped develop his current responsibilities, which include teaching, managing Method Learning’s team of tutors, developing educational content, and expanding the reach of Method Learning’s private tutoring services.

In his early days, prior to developing a passion for education, Evan aspired to be an astronomer. One of his life goals is to travel the world in hopes of finding inspiration to write a work of fiction. Currently, Evan’s pastimes include listening to and playing music, running, writing, and engaging in political and policy-oriented discussions. A natural planner, Evan lives by the quote, “Previous planning prevents poor performance.”