Find out which test to take: ACT or SAT

SAT ACT Test

This seminar helps students discover which test to take: ACT or SAT. Students don’t have to take both!

What can you expect at this session?

During this class, students will evaluate their testing style; complete a series of timed reading, math, & English questions from the ACT & SAT; anticipate their performance on each test; and participate in a Q&A with their parents.

At the end of this seminar, students will have a clearer sense of which test they should take as they prepare for college admissions.

Attend this seminar and don’t waste time wondering what to do about testing. It’s a crucial first step toward competitive SAT/ACT scores!

 

Here’s what students have said about the “ACT or SAT for Me” seminar:

“I had no idea that this much thought should go into picking which test to take.  Now I have a complete understanding of how the ACT and SAT are different and how to focus on which is best for me as a student.”

This class was eye opening.  Before I didn’t really have a vast knowledge about the tests.  This class made me realize that these tests require discipline.  Caroline B., Fayetteville Christian School

This class exposed me to ACT/SAT style questions. This helped me further examine my skills and with choosing the right test for me.  Seeing the mistakes I would usually make and using the opportunity for growth, I will now be able to make better choices on the tests.” Michaela G., Hillside HS

It was motivational for me. Jillian N., JH Rose HS

A parent said:

“I feel so much more relieved after attending this session with my daughter. Now we know what direction to take and don’t have waste time guessing.”

UPCOMING SEMINARS

September 11, 2017. 6:30 pm. Durham.

Tuition: $50

A parent should attend the seminar with the student.

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