6-Session ACT Class (12 hours) – Choose your session and register online
CollegePrepExpress‘s ACT Prep Class meets six times before each of the ACT administrations to introduce students to the main differences between the ACT and the more familiar PSAT/SAT, essential strategies, and the finite body of mathematical and grammatical material tested on the exam. All five sections of the exam–English, Math, Reading, Science, and Writing–are covered in detail. All classes are video taped and immediately uploaded to CPE’s Google+ page and YouTube channel for review and in case of absence.
Classes meet in West Hartford and have no more than 15 students. Each class lasts last two hours and affords students the kind of close personal attention given in private tutoring sessions, with the added pedagogical benefits that only small classes can provide. To help stay focused and motivated, students receive via email during the week typed notes on the material presented in each class (also available in the private download section of this site), containing math content, grammar rules, strategies, and examples.
The class now includes, at no extra cost, an optional full-length redesigned ACT exam. This is held at 38 Maplewood Avenue on a weekend shortly before the real exam. Great practice in a studious and professional atmosphere.
Since the new addition has only three practice tests, this year’s students need both The Official ACT Prep Guide and McGraw-Hill’s 10 Practice ACTs, available in most bookstores that carry standardized test prep books. Participants can get a head start by reading/studying the review sections in The Guide, but they should not start taking the practice tests until the course starts.
Students should bring the following to every class: their text book, notebooks, a calculator, a pen, and a #2 pencil.
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