Course prepares high school students for SAT
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Getting Ready for the SAT Exam®, open to students in grades nine through 12, will be held Aug. 5-9 from 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. on the Penn State Harrisburg campus. Registration ends July 24.
The course teaches students how to effectively apply new strategies to prepare for the comprehensive exam. The sessions will examine and discuss strategic approaches and processes for the critical reading, writing, and math sections via lecture, interactive discussions, and engaging activities. A fee of $140 for the math course, $220 for the verbal course, or $350 for both courses includes The Official SAT Study Guide and DVD and other instructional materials.
Reading and Writing: Instructor Angel Kelton teaches high school, where she has created curriculum for study skills and preparation for the SAT and standardized testing. She holds a master’s degree in language and literacy.
Math: Instructor Steven Sturgis is a licensed professional engineer in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He is an industrial engineer, retired from M&M/Mars. He currently works as a math tutor at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology.
For more information and to register, contact Continuing Education at 717-948-6505 or visit the course webpage.