ACT Prep For High School Juniors and Seniors

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ACT Prep For High School Juniors and Seniors

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Martin

Session 1

Date: Saturdays, September 13-October 18, 2014

Time: 8:00AM-Noon

Cost: $225 per person

 

Session 2

Date: Saturdays, March 7-April 11, 2015

Time: 8:00AM-Noon

Cost: $225 per person

 

The Cost includes 2 textbooks, 2 official ACT test and a diagnostic report.

 

Instructor: Ron Ramage, UT Martin Adjunct Instructor; Teacher at Obion County HS

 

On the practice test days (pre & post) and the conference day (last class), class may not last until Noon.

 

Raise your ACT score with the most comprehensive, scientific and accountable method of preparing for high-stakes standardized tests. With the help of professional University of Tennessee instructors, learn how to complete test problems based on question frequency, difficulty, substantive knowledge, curriculum and alternative test-taking strategies. Students will also learn how to maximize their score in the allotted time. Begin the course by taking an official off-record ACT test (don’t forget to bring two “#2” pencils). Receive feedback on specific areas and let our instructors successfully guide you through the exam based on your data. At the end of the program, students take another official off-record ACT exam. Once you receive your post-test data, our instructors will meet one-on-one to provide a final study plan in preparation to the real exam. 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.

 

Jackson

Date: Saturdays, September 27-October 11, 2014

Time: 1:00-5:00PM

Cost: $99 per person, includes book

Instructor: Alex Beene, College & ACT Advisor for Fayette County Schools

 

For most high school students, the ACT is the most important test they’ll ever take. The exam can be very intimidating, but the rewards can also be great. A higher ACT score on the national test can mean a better chance of being accepted to a student’s school of choice and many more scholarship dollars. This intensive 12-hour course offers detailed instruction in all four subjects covered on the exam and includes tips not commonly discussed in your average ACT prep courses. Students will receive the Real ACT Prep Guide, which includes a CD and text written directly from the staff that designs the test. For students and parents, few investments are greater than this pivotal course.

 

Parsons

Date: Saturdays, September 6- October 4, 2014; post conference 10/6 or 10/13 - CANCELLED

Time: 8:00AM-Noon

Cost: $225 per person
The Cost includes 2 textbooks, 2 official ACT test and a diagnostic report.

Instructor: Mary Woodall, Librarian at Lexington High School

 

Raise your ACT score with the most comprehensive, scientific and accountable method of preparing for high-stakes standardized tests. With the help of professional University of Tennessee instructors, learn how to complete test problems based on question frequency, difficulty, substantive knowledge, curriculum and alternative test-taking strategies. Students will also learn how to maximize their score in the allotted time. Begin the course by taking an official off-record ACT test (don’t forget to bring two “#2” pencils). Receive feedback on specific areas and let our instructors successfully guide you through the exam based on your data. At the end of the program, students take another official off-record ACT exam. Once you receive your post-test data, our instructors will meet one-on-one to provide a final study plan in preparation to the real exam. 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.

 

Selmer

Date: Saturdays, September 27-October 11, 2014

Time: 8:00AM-Noon

Cost: $99 per person, includes book

Instructor: Alex Beene, College & ACT Advisor for Fayette County Schools

 

For most high school students, the ACT is the most important test they’ll ever take. The exam can be very intimidating, but the rewards can also be great. A higher ACT score on the national test can mean a better chance of being accepted to a student’s school of choice and many more scholarship dollars. This intensive 12-hour course offers detailed instruction in all four subjects covered on the exam and includes tips not commonly discussed in your average ACT prep courses. Students will receive the Real ACT Prep Guide, which includes a CD and text written directly from the staff that designs the test. For students and parents, few investments are greater than this pivotal course.

 

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