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Penn College course to help prepare students for SATs

Workforce Development at Pennsylvania College of Technology is offering a course to help high school students prepare for the standardized test used as an admissions tool by many institutions of higher learning.

The course will help students better prepare for success on the exam through live instruction, self-paced learning and individual interaction with a professional instructor. The focus will be on math, English and reading, with an optional writing session available for those who wish to practice their skills and review with a Penn College faculty member.

Scheduled from 2 to 5 p.m. on seven consecutive Sundays from Oct. 6 through Nov. 17 – ending in advance of the Dec. 7 testing date – the course will provide 12 hours of math preparation (Oct. 13 and 20, Nov. 3 and 10) and nine hours devoted to English and reading (Oct. 6 and 27 and Nov. 17). The optional writing segment will be at 5 p.m., following English and reading.

The cost is $299 for math, English and reading; the three hours of writing instruction carry an additional $59 fee.

Call 570-327-4775 for more information or visit Workforce Development (click on “College Prep” under the “More” tab) to register or view a complete listing of courses, descriptions and dates.

For information on credit offerings at Penn College, a national leader in applied technology education and workforce development, visit the academics page.

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