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SAT Prep Crash Course Registration for the December 5th SAT test


The SAT Prep Crash Course just focuses on working through practice tests. This course is great for students who do not need prep for all three subjects, who have less time available to attend class, or are retaking SAT prep. Tips and strategies will be discussed briefly only if it is relevant to the student's situation. This course will not necessarily cover all three subjects. Each student's past SAT and/or ACT scores will be analyzed to determine the best and quickest path to success. There is a maximum of 3 students per class, so students get the personalized attention that they need to succeed. Students will be working independently of others and will move along at their own pace.

If you are interested in signing up for the SAT Prep Crash Course for the December 5th SAT test, please fill out the registration form and pay either a non-refundable deposit or the full amount to secure a seat in the class. Below is a list of the class days that each class will meet. We will not have classes during Thanksgiving break from November 23rd to November 28th, but there are two scheduled make-up classes** during the break on November 23rd and 24th. On November 29th from 1:30-4:45pm, students can take a mock SAT exam to prepare for the upcoming test. If you would like to sign up for SAT prep for another test date, please check back to see when registration opens for that test date. Also, you can get updates on classes by following us on Facebook.

SAT Prep Crash Course
$375

SAT Prep Crash Course
Non-Refundable Deposit
$175


December 5th SAT Class Dates/Times (Pick One)

Mock SAT on November 29th from 1:30pm-4:45pm
Make-up classes** on November 23rd and 24th from 4pm-6:15pm
Monday/Wednesday
4pm-6:15pm
Tuesday/Thursday
4pm-6:15pm
Sunday
1:30pm-6pm
November 16th November 17th November 15th
November 18th November 19th November 22nd
November 30th December 1st  
December 2nd December 3rd  
**Make-up classes are given as a courtesy. The three-student maximum per class is not guaranteed for make-up classes, and students may not have the same instructor as they do for their regularly scheduled classes.