The University of Wisconsin-Parkside Precollege program is ready to relieve the anxiety high school students may feel about the American College Testing (ACT) exam. Beginning Saturday, Sept. 25, the university offers a series of four classes designed to help students with the important aspects of the ACT.
Classes start with an in-depth examination of the test's English component followed by separate sessions on reading (Oct. 2) and math (Oct. 9). The classes conclude Oct. 16 with science reasoning. During each session, instructors offer proven test taking tips. Classes run from 9 a.m. to noon in room D137 of Molinaro Hall.
This course benefits students who are taking the test for the first time or those who are retaking it to improve their scores.
Cost of the ACT sessions is $140 which covers all four classes. Advanced registration is suggested with onsite registration available the morning of Sept. 18.
For more information, call the UW-Parkside Precollege Office at (262) 595-2176.