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Test Preparation

The School of Professional & Continuing Studies offers classes and programs that prepare students for a variety of tests and exams.

Our classes and programs focus primarily on skills related to exam content, but also address test-taking strategies and skills.

S.T.E.P.S. to Success Test Prep

The S.T.E.P.S. to Success program provides test-taking techniques and subject reviews for PSAT and SAT exams. Periodically, the program also offers ACT exam review and preparation.

SHRM Learning System®

The SHRM Learning System is a SHRM-approved test preparation program for the SHRM-CP® and SHRM-SCP® designation exams.

GIS Professional Certificate

The GIS Professional Certiticate program prepares graduates to sit for the Esri ArcGIS Desktop Entry certification.

Upcoming Courses

Courses

Our uniquely designed PSAT Prep course presents important techniques and tips for taking the test. We will cover what to expect in the Math and English sections, while practicing questions and reviewing the answer explanations. This is a great way to decrease text anxiety and gain valuable skills in a 'no pressure' class! Course is designed for students taking the test in October, who have not taken the PSAT before.


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NEW! Our ACT Prep weekend workshop provides concentrated and focused practice of the types of questions appearing on the test. Sessions present strategies and techniques for approaching the English, Math, Reading, and Science sections to help maximize your scores on test day. Tuition includes books, and refreshments. (Course designed for students 15 and older. Current or previous Algebra II is recommended.)


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Weekend Workshops resume this fall, meeting on Saturday mornings and Sunday afternoons. Tuition includes books, materials, healthy snacks/fruit/refreshments daily. Class sessions concentrate on the three major testing areas: Mathematics, Critical Reading, and Writing, with an introduction to the Essay. (Course designed for students 15 and older. Current or previous Algebra II is recommended.)


This course meets November 23 and 24: Sat 9am-1:30pm, Sun 1-5:30pm, BUS, Room 115