Club Z! Helps College Applicants Prepare for SAT/ACT
Indianapolis, Indiana – (May 11, 2009) – As high school seniors across the country see their graduation date near, they are busily choosing and applying to college. In doing so, they will find that most colleges require them to submit scores from the SAT Reasoning Test or the American College Test (ACT). In fact, around two million students take the SAT each year. Since the score is used to help colleges evaluate a student’s abilities and potential as an incoming freshman, it’s important that they prepare for the test prior to sitting down to take it. These scores not only impact admissions decisions, but also course placement, academic advising and even scholarship, loan and other financial assistance.
“Nobody likes to be caught unprepared,” explains Maggie Schilling of Club Z! In-Home Tutoring Services, an Indiana-based education company with over 400 locations across the nation. “It’s important that the student knows what kind of material will be covered, before going to take the test. It’s the best opportunity one has for getting a score they can feel confident about and will not regret later.”
Club Z! offers a proven preparation course for both the SAT and the ACT, as well as for other standardized tests. The SAT and ACT courses are taught by educational professionals and cover the subject matter that the tests focus on, including critical reading, mathematics, science reasoning, and writing. Additionally, students learn critical test taking strategies that can assist them in achieving a high score.
“You don’t want to show up to take a college entrance exam without being prepared,” added Schilling. “Not only do college hopefuls need to review the subject matter, but they also need to know test-taking strategies that can help them do better. Our experts teach them organizational skills, how to overcome test-taking anxiety, and tips for how to increase their scores. ” To learn more visit www.clubztutoring.com
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