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If you are a high school junior – it’s GO TIME for test prep.

The best way to prep for an SAT or ACT is to become familiar with the test(s) and identify your areas of strength and weaknesses and then create plan to address your areas of need and to take advantage of your strengths.

A complete prep plan – for both the SAT and ACT – will include:

  • Test taking strategies for all content
  • Pacing Drills
  • Hands on practice (and LOTS of it!)
  • Remediation on academic areas (particularly in Math)
  • Feedback to you the student, and parents / family

Your mAke the grAde test prep plan includes:

  • Assessment of areas of need
  • A complete diagnostic test(s)
  • A plan based on your areas of need and your timetable and your goals
  • Specific instruction for each area of the test for both SAT and ACT including Reading, Language and Math (SAT) and / or English, Math, Reading and Science (ACT)
  • Prep for the Essay
  • Abundant practice testing and hands on test experience

You will want to allow for 6-12 weeks to prepare for a SAT or ACT exam.

Contact mAke the grAde at sgreene@makethegrade.net to learn more and to get started.

Here are your important test dates.

                              2016-17 SAT Administration Dates and Deadlines
SAT Date SAT Subject Tests Available Registration DeadlineLate Registration Deadline Deadline for Changes 
Dec 03, 2016

Register

Nov 03, 2016Nov 15, 2016Nov 22, 2016
Jan 21, 2017

Register

Dec 21, 2016Jan 03, 2017Jan 10, 2017
Mar 11, 2017

Register

SAT Subject Tests not offered on this date
Feb 10, 2017Feb 21, 2017Feb 28, 2017
May 06, 2017

Register

Apr 07, 2017Apr 18, 2017Apr 25, 2017
Jun 03, 2017

Register

May 09, 2017May 16, 2017May 24, 2017
ACT Test Dates & Deadlines
ACT Test DateRegistration DeadlineACT Scores Available
December 10, 2016Nov. 4, 2016Dec. 20, 2016
February 11, 2017Jan. 13, 2017Feb. 22, 2017
April 8, 2017Mar. 3, 2017Apr. 18, 2017
June 10, 2017May 5, 2017Jun. 20, 2017
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