Bee-friend the ACT: ACT Prep Workshop
Apprehensive about the ACT? Why not Bee-friend it?
The ACT has become THE test that represents the entire spectrum of academic knowledge a student has acquired throughout his or her school years. This test can determine where a student might go to college, whether a student can test out of gen-ed classes, or if a student can receive scholarships. In fact, a student's college success or failure can sometimes be determined by how well he or she does on the ACT. Talk about HIGH STAKES!
Why not give your student the best chance of success by enrolling in an ACT Prep Course at the Busy Bee Clinic?
Our instructors at the Busy Bee Clinic are qualified to help students improve their ACT scores. Both tutors are veteran college-level instructors who understand the importance of the ACT when it comes to a student's success in college.
We offer prep classes with small student-to-tutor ratios, where students are able to increase their content knowledge while learning to overcome test anxiety. We will review actual ACT test questions, walking students, step-by-step, through different types of questions and addressing how to best tackle the answers. Throughout the course, students will have many opportunities to review answers and ask questions. Following the completion of this course, students will be more confident in their test-taking abilities because they will be comfortable and familiar with the ACT, leading them to do their BEST!
January 21 & 28, 2016--5:30 to 8:30 pm (Prior to the February 6 Test Date)
(We can work around schedules. Contact us for more information.)
The course is 6 hours for $125.
Mail or drop off your registration fee and form to Busy Bee Clinic, 122 New Orleans Blvd, Houma, LA 70364. Call us at 985-873-0107 for more information. Register early as space is limited.
Cally Yelverton Trosclair, mother of three, is a former lecturer of developmental and freshman English at Nicholls State University (2001-2005) and is currently an adjunct English instructor at Fletcher Technical Community College (2005, 2009-present). She also works for Terrebonne Parish School District as a substitute teacher. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English (2000) from Nicholls, and has completed 27 hours towards her Master of Arts in English at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. In the past, she has also worked as a contract grant writer and a reviewer for the writing portion of the SAT for Pearson Education.
Brenda Leroux Babin, PhD has over 30 years of teaching experience including Nicholls State University, Louisiana State University, Fletcher Technical Community College, South Terrebonne High School, and Evergreen Junior High. She has successfully coached many students to improve their ACT scores and has administered several ACT exams. She is the mother of two grown children.