http://protectionnisme.eu/32475-dtf86453-cite-de-rencontre-musulman-gratuit.html The SAT prep course has a small group of 3 to 8 students and includes a diagnostic test, practice tests, and customized instruction tailored to the specific needs of the students within that group.
In this course, we help students
- review grammar, usage, and mechanics to better prepare for the essay section;
- compose well-written passages that will gain high scores with grading officials;
- gain confidence through insights and practice, which includes how to manage time better, overcome test anxiety, and understand how scoring is conducted;
- distinguish the difference between school exams and standardized tests such as the SAT; and
- solve math problems using shortcuts and other tips to manage time efficiently during the exam.
The classwork and homework assignments will help students master and maximize their performance on all sections of the SAT. We focus on preparing students to excel in reading comprehension and understanding vocabulary in context.
*There are no makeup sessions with this course.
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Good Hope Tutoring offers the ACT Prep Course, which consists of a small group of 3 to 8 students. This course includes a diagnostic test, practice tests, and customized instruction tailored to the specific needs of the students within that group.
In this 22-hour course, we teach students a variety of techniques. We provide an extensive review of test-taking strategies, test anxiety reduction tools, English and writing concepts, reading comprehension tools, mathematics, and algebraic skills review, and science test strategies.
Classwork and homework assignments will help students master and maximize their performance on all sections of the ACT. We point out major differences in the ACT versus regular tests in school. We also help students solve math problems using shortcuts and other tips to manage time efficiently during the test. Our course will improve students’ scores and confidence, significantly.
*There’s a 2-hour make-up class on the last day, which is optional.
The PSAT course consists of 3 to 8 students and offers a diagnostic test, practice tests, and customized instruction tailored to the specific needs of the students within that group.
In this 21-hour course, we give expert advice on the best way to approach the PSAT. Students are given reviews and assignments covering critical reading, math, and writing skills.
We prepare students for the math section, which focuses in-depth on three essential areas of math: Problem Solving and Data Analysis, Heart of Algebra, and Passport to Advanced Math.
We also help students to navigate through the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing sections in which they will have to interpret, synthesize, and use evidence found in a wide range of sources.
The High School Placement Test (HSPT) is an admissions test for entry into Catholic high schools and some private high schools. Good Hope Tutoring offers this course to small groups of 3 to 8 students and tailors the course to the specific needs of the students within that group.
This 21-hour course comprises five multiple-choice sections: verbal, quantitative skills, reading, mathematics, and language skills. Depending on the school, the HSPT might also feature an optional section covering science, mechanical aptitude or Catholic religion.
The optional test is not included in the composite score from the HSPT and not every school chooses to use the optional test. Schools that require the optional test might use the score to determine a student’s placement in particular courses such as honors and advanced classes.