The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh announces spring dates for the ACT Test Prep Course, a six-session course to help students better prepare to pass the ACT exam.
The course will be held Saturday mornings, Feb. 22–March 29, 2014 on the UW Oshkosh campus. Students will take an official, retired exam the morning of Feb. 22, 2014. Their scores will be analyzed, and a personalized study plan will be developed for each student, depending on their strengths and weaknesses.
The program provides a comprehensive textbook from America’s premiere testing readiness program, Cambridge Educational Services. An additional official retired ACT exam is used as a final post-test the morning of March 29, 2014.
The program provides 12 hours of instruction in the four content areas of the ACT exam—English, reading, math and science reasoning. Students will strengthen their skills and develop test-taking strategies. These strategies will be reinforced with interactive skill drills.
The course fee is $164, and it includes the Cambridge ACT Victory textbook, official retired ACT pre- and post-tests, and customized instruction for each student.
Additional ACT prep courses will be offered in summer and fall 2014. For more information on the ACT Test Prep Course, visit www.uwosh.edu/go/actprep or call the Division of Lifelong Learning and Community Engagement at (920) 424-1129 or toll free at (800) 633-1442.
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