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Fall SAT Preparation Workshop
We will offer a workshop to prepare students for the new Math SAT. The workshop is for high school students. It is also open to 8th-graders planning to take the SAT test to qualify for the JHU CTY.
AUDIENCE: This workshop is suitable for students in grade 9-11, well as for 8th-graders who plan to take the SAT as a qualifying test for Johns Hopkins University Talented Youth Program (JHU CTY).
DATES: September 21, 28; October 5, 12, 19; November 2, 9, 16; December 7, 14; January 11, 25; February 8, 29; March 7.
TIME: Saturdays, 2:15 PM – 4:15 PM
FEE: RSM students: $200 for fifteen 2-hour classes
Non-RSM students: $780 for fifteen 2-hour classes
Note 1: Annual Registration Fee is required
INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Dmitry Vedensky
GENERAL INFO: The workshop will concentrate on practicing test skills on real and mock SAT tests. Due to its short duration, this workshop is not intended as a comprehensive review of all SAT topics. Rather it will concentrate on analyzing the results, analyzing typical mistakes, working on test taking strategies, and reviewing the material as needed based on the test results.
TO REGISTER: Current RSM-MetroWest students please stop at the office or email email@example.com.
Students not currently registered at RSM-MetroWest please fill out the enrollment application and indicate “SAT Workshop” in the Comments field of the application.
Should a student take
Please note that you should register for the SAT tests directly at the College Board website. You can find the dates of the tests and registration deadlines here.
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