Classes & Workshops

Upcoming class or workshop opportunities

May Online Workshops

Your student can register for any number of workshops. No prior tutoring is required. Each course can be taken on it’s own.
To register for any workshop, click here.

Navigating Remote College Selection & Visits 
Wednesday, May 6th, 5:00pm-5:45pm
How do you start narrowing down, or even developing, a list of possible colleges if you cannot visit the colleges? This workshop will help you navigate college websites and find ways to get an understanding of a college’s atmosphere and size without ever setting foot on campus. In these uncertain times, knowing who to reach out to and how to get in touch with alums is crucial in continuing your college search. To register, click here.

How to Prepare for AP Exams at Home
Thursday, May 7th, 7:00pm-7:30pm, FREE
Taking a computer-based AP exam at home this month? Not sure how to prepare? During this workshop, we will review what to expect on the new AP exams, which have undergone massive changes in format and content, and provide a few test day tips to ensure that you are feeling prepared! To register, click here.

Stuck on Statistics?
Tuesday, May 12th, 7:00pm-7:45pm
Statistics is a common struggle on the SAT & ACT. Very few students have taken a statistics class by their first exam date, and so they feel bewildered by statistical questions. But, the concepts tested are actually quite simple and easy to learn. Some of the hardest questions can be solved just by knowing the definitions of words. From mean, median, and mode to standard deviation, the topics in this workshop can provide a quick, efficient boost to your test score. To register, click here.

Outsmarting Trap Answers on the SAT with Ben Sexton
Thursday, May 14th, 7:00pm-7:45pm, FREE 
The SAT is famous for its “trick questions,” but what is the trick? As it turns out, on the hardest problems, wrong answers are constructed according to predictable principles. And if you know what those principles are, you can outsmart the test-makers and avoid their trap answers. Then, you can go from being a bad guesser to a good guesser. To register, click here.

Tackling your College Essay
Wednesday, May  20th,  5:00pm-6:00pm
The Common App Essay, or in more colloquial terms “THE college essay,” can be quite daunting for most students, feeling like the one thing you have complete control over during the application process. Join this workshop to discuss the ins and outs of “THE college essay” and how to write one that is authentic and distinctive. There will be time at the end devoted to students’ questions and concerns. To register, click here.

Advanced ACT Math & Science Workshop with Ben Sexton
Thursday, May 21st, 7:00pm-8:30pm
A standard ACT course covers mostly common, moderate difficulty material, but what about the students aiming for the highest scores? In this session, we’ll cover some of the most difficult Math and Science Topics, ranging from Sequences to Logarithms, and Gas Laws to Genetics. This fast-paced session is a strong review option for students with solid foundations who are aiming to crack elite score ranges. To register, click here.

Thursday, May 28th, 6:00pm-6:45pm
Most students have two punctuation marks in their arsenal: the period and the comma. But what about the rest of them? During this session, we’ll examine how to use commas, semicolons, colons, parentheses, dashes. Proper punctuation not only improves writing skills and test scores, but helps students better convey their point. A few skills can go a long way in both high school and college! To register, click here.

Is there a workshop you’d like to attend but can’t make the date/time? Send us an email and we’ll try to offer it again!
If there is something that you’d like us to offer but don’t see it here? Let us know that too – perhaps someone on our team can help! 

Interested in an SAT or ACT Class to give your student a complete overview of the exam? Give us a call or send us an email today to learn more about upcoming opportunities.