ACT Preparation Sessions
We offer two ACT Preparation Programs - A Six Week Course, and a Two Hour/Three Day Cram Course.
Six Week Course
Over the course of 24 hours, students will review essential math formulas and concepts, grammar rules, reading strategies and science strategies needed to be successful on the exam. In order to give students as much practice time as possible, Education Station will review all baseline reports and streamline cycles to fit the group’s needs rather than review through a standard syllabus. In addition, all students will be given homework packets that are specifically tailored for them.
If a student has not taken a baseline exam, one is available free of charge on the Sunday before the course begins from 1-4 pm. Throughout the course, students will have the option to come in on any Sunday from 1-4 pm to take a practice test free of charge. Practice tests will be graded and returned to the student at the next class.
2019 ACT Preparation Cycle Dates
Tuesday and Thursday
April 30th - June 6th
7 - 9 pm
Preparation for June 8 Exam
- *Baseline tests are free
Two Hour/Three Day Cram Course
Standardized testing “Cram Sessions” are just that. They are offered the week before any ACT or SAT exam and are held for two hours each session. During these cram sessions an Education Station counselor works with students on testing strategy, timing, and problem-solving. Students practice taking sections of the standardized tests, and receive guided support to optimize results.
Whether you've been studying on your own, in a class, with a tutor, or you need some practice because you're worried you didn't study enough, these cram sessions are for you.
Come on in and join us as we cram our way to the finish line!
2019 ACT Cram Cycle Dates
April 9th, 10th, 11h
6:00 - 8:00 pm
June 4th, 5th,6th
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Each three-hour session is $150, so 3 sessions or 6 hours can be purchased for $450. If you are an existing Education Station test prep client, the sessions are offered at a discounted price of $90 each.