ACT Prep For High School Juniors and Seniors

Are you ready for the ACT? Want to increase your scores? Interested in scholarships?

 

For high school students, the ACT is the most important exam they will ever take. This comprehensive test covers a wide range of subjects that assess their mathematical skills, grammar usage, and reading comprehension.

 

Register Now!

 

Click to expand/collapse

 

Jackson - 1 day workshops

Date: Saturdays, February 27
                                 March 26
                                 April 2
                                 June 4

Times: Each date will have TWO sessions to choose from

Session 1: 8:00AM-Noon

Session 2: 1:00-5:00PM

Instructor: Alex Beene

Location: UT Martin Jackson Center

Registration Fee: $30 per student

 

 

For high school students, the ACT is the most important exam they will ever take. This comprehensive test covers a wide range of subjects that assess their mathematical skills, grammar usage and reading  comprehension. Guided by instructor Alex Beene, this one-day workshop looks to create a quick, efficient
way of offering great tips students can use to improve performance and boost their scores.

 

Alex Beene is an author, journalist, and educator from Tennessee. Currently, he is the College and ACT Advisor for Fayette County Schools. Alex is a college mentor for the State of Tennessee. A constant traveler and advocate for global human rights, he’s been to over 20 countries and is certified in English as a Second Language instruction from the University of California, Los Angeles. He has been named one of the top Forty under 40 leaders in West Tennessee by the Jackson Sun and is a constant contributor to charitable projects in the region that promote community development and the arts. His work has been featured in various publications throughout the Southeastern United States, where he received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Journalism from the University of Mississippi. Alex just published his first book, “Lessons from a Southern Mother.”

 

Martin - 4 week class

Date: Saturdays, February 27, March 5, 12, and 19, 2016

Time: 8:00AM-Noon

Instructor: Ron Ramage, UT Martin Adjunct Instructor; Teacher, Obion County High School

Registration Fee: $90 per student, plus the book

 

A calculator is not necessary, but if a student chooses to use one, it must be a calculator permitted by ACT. Check here to see if your calculator is approved: http://www.actstudent.org/faq/calculator.html.

 

Are you a first-time test taker or a seasoned veteran? This course consists of four sessions focusing on English, Math, Reading/Writing, and Science. Students will be using The Real ACT (CD) 3rd Edition (Real ACT Prep Guide) and should bring the book to the first class meeting. The cost of the text is not included in the registration fee. The book may be purchased on the UT Martin campus at the Barnes and Noble Bookstore for $34.95

Martin - 1 day workshop

Date: Saturday, May 21, 2016

Time: 8:00AM-Noon

Instructor: Ron Ramage, UT Martin Adjunct Instructor; Teacher, Obion County High School

Registration Fee: $30 per student

 

A calculator is not necessary, but if a student chooses to use one, it must be a calculator permitted by ACT. Check here to see if your calculator is approved: http://www.actstudent.org/faq/calculator.html.

 

This one-day workshop looks to create a quick, efficient way of offering great tips students can use to improve performance and boost their scores. Ron Ramage has taught ACT Prep classes for over 20 years. His knowledge and experience can help you.

Parsons - 3 week class

Date: Saturdays, February 27-March 19 (no class March 12)

Time: 8:00AM-Noon

Instructor: Mary Woodall, Librarian, Lexington High School

Registration Fee: $65 per student

Location: UT Martin Parsons Center, Parsons, TN

 

This 3-week ACT Prep class will help prepare you for the ACT National Exam. The first class will begin with a brief pre-test and the last class will end with a brief post-test. The instructor will teach strategies for each test area and then you will practice applying the strategies for each area. The instructor will be using the book Barron's ACT and will provide copies for you to use in class. If you want your own copy to take home to keep and write in, you may purchase the book at Amazon.com for $16.81. Purchasing the book is not required for the class.

Somerville - 3 week class

Date: Saturdays, March 5, 12, and April 2, 2016

Time: 8:00AM-Noon

Registration Fee: $90 per student

Location: UT Martin Operations- Somerville/Fayette County, 13085 N. Main St. Somerville, TN

 

Are you ready for the ACT?

Want to increase your scores?

Interested in scholarships?

 

For high school students, the ACT is one of the most important exams you will ever take. This comprehensive test covers a wide range of subjects that assess your mathematical skills, grammar usage and reading comprehensive. Whether a first-time test taker or a seasoned veteran, our three week review course will help prepare you for the exam. The class includes test-taking strategies, time-management, and academic knowledge.

 

A calculator is not necessary, but if a student chooses to use one, it must be a calculator permitted by ACT. Check here to see if your calculator is approved: http://www.actstudent.org/faq/calculator.html.

 

March 5: Test Taking Skills, Hints, and Tips with Alex Beene, Adjunct Instructor

March 12: Math Review with Susan Hamilton, Adjunct Instructor

April 2: English Review with Ashley Goulder, Adjunct Instructor

 

"It's no secret that the ACT is a large part of the "College Process". Preparing for the test can be stressful and overwhelming, but not if you have the right help! From one student to another, taking this class will help you. I highly recommend taking this class! Happy Testing :)" Erin Bell; High School Senior

Faculty & Staff Spotlight

See how Extended Campus faculty are making a difference in the classroom and community.

View Faculty Spotlight >

 

UT Martin Advantage

UTM Advantage

 

Forgot your password?

Did you forget your My UTMartin Password?

Click here >