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SAT Verbal and SAT Math (Resident) 7/7-7/19/2019

SAT Verbal: Get into the SAT Mindset

Get ready for the SAT’s writing and critical reading portion as you strengthen your test-taking skills by increasing your vocabulary, reading, writing, and analyzing skills to receive a score that reflects your ability. Other tools to be covered include: time-management, overview of all the sections and scoring techniques, discussions and strategies to reduce anxiety, and tricks that will increase your score and boost your confidence. Getting into the SAT mindset will seem simple after taking this course.  


Preparing for the SAT is always recommended and encouraged. Learn the ins-and-outs of the test’s math portion as you strengthen test-taking skills to receive a score that reflects your ability. Other successful tools will include time management, scoring strategy, anxiety relief, and tricks to get into the SAT mindset, along with a discussion about the ACT. Leave with the tools and confidence to take your score to the next level. 

 

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION TEST REQUIREMENTS

Students in the graduating classes of 2017, 2018 and 2019 will be able to meet graduation requirements in language arts and math in the following ways:

1. Achieve a passing score on a PARCC* English Language Arts Assessment in grades 9, 10, or 11, and in Algebra I, Geometry, or Algebra II.

If they do not pass the PARCC test, they can:

2. Get a passing score on a substitute competency test. Acceptable tests include:

SAT Critical Reading and/or Math - passing score at least 400

ACT Reading and/or math - passing score 16

ASVAB-AFQT - passing score 30

Accuplacer-write placer - passing score 8

Accuplacer Math, Elementary Algebra - passing score 76

3. NJDOE Portfolio Appeal: Districts can submit for review portfolios of students who do not demonstrate competencies through the PARCC or a substitute test in language arts and/or math.

(Source: N.J. Department of Education)

*Sample questions from the PARCC tests are online at www.parcconline.org/samples/item-task-prototypes

 

Location: 300 Pompton Road (Main Campus), Wayne NJ 07474

Instructor :
Dates : 07/07/19 to 07/19/19
Days : Sun,Mon,Tues,Weds,Thu,Fri
From : 9:00am - 4:00pm
Fee : $1799.00
Course Number : HS316R

Class is full at this time please call 973-720-2354 to be placed on a waiting list


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