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SAT/PSAT Prep

Dr. Richard Fuller's Coaching Service, Ltd. provides services in SAT/PSAT preparation, Critical Thinking and Study Skills, and Algebra 1 Training programs. These courses will not only help prepare all students for school examinations, but will also cover general test-taking strategies relevant to standardized testing.

 

Fall SAT/PSAT Training

Held at Pope John Paul II High School

Classes start September 14, 2016

 

 

The SAT/PSAT training for the fall SAT or PSAT testing will be completed before the actual October College Board Examination. The historical average increase in test scores for a class is between 135 and 175 points. This is the perfect time for students to concentrate on SAT material to prepare for the October PSAT/SAT testing cycle. Students will have ample time to finish homework assignments and focus on the concepts needed to be successful for the up-coming tests. This is the perfect time for sophomores and juniors to prepare for this year’s SAT. For all juniors who will be a senior next year there is one major test that could save you money for your college tuition. A good score on the fall SAT could either reduce the cost of your college via a scholarship and /or assist you in getting into the college of your choice because your SAT score is higher than other students applying to the same college. Now is the time that you can increase your score by attending Dr. Fuller’s SAT course that starts on September 14 and is held Pope John Paul 2 High School. This is the perfect time for students to concentrate on SAT material to prepare for the October PSAT/SAT testing cycle. Students will have ample time to finish homework assignments and focus on the concepts needed to be successful for the up-coming tests. This is also the perfect time for sophomores who will be juniors to prepare for this year’s PSAT. This is the year that the PSAT counts towards the National Honor Merit Scholarship. Those of you interested in our SAT course you can still enroll by calling 610-247-5933 or by going to PJP web site for the entry form. If a student has completed the basic SAT course then they can take the advanced SAT training for only $300.00.

For more information click on the links below for “SAT Prep” or call Dr. Fuller at 610-275-9660.

SAT/PSAT Training Classes

Held at Pope John Paul II High School

For more information click on the link below.

Please click here for Information on SAT/PSAT Training Classes
Please click here for Registration Form on SAT/PSAT Training Classes.

Why should I take the PSAT seriously?

How do I benefit by taking the PSAT?

  • Prepare for the SAT. On average, students who take the PSAT score 145 points higher on the SAT than those who do not take the PSAT.
  • Enter Scholarship and Recognition Programs. The PSAT provides entry into National Merit Scholarship Corporation, National Hispanic Recognition Program, National Scholarship Service, and Telluride Association.
  • Plan for College or Careers. Students who take the PSAT receive free access to My College Quick Start, a personalized online college – and career – planning kit that helps students search for colleges, explore majors and careers, and get a personalized SAT study plan. Learn more at www.collegeboard.org/quickstart.
  • Receive Information from Colleges. Through the Student Search Service (SSS), PSAT participants can receive free admission and financial aid information from colleges, universities and scholarship programs.
  • Improve your Skills. The PSAT Score Report Plus gives students comprehensive, personalized feedback on their performance, allowing them to see which questions they answered incorrectly and which academic skills they should work to improve.

To learn more about the tools provided by the PSAT Program, visit online at www.collegeboard.org/psattools.