ACT Test Preparation

Snapshot Science, LLC offers a full suite of ACT Test preparation services in collaboration with Mathematics Tutoring and The Read Write Workshop, LLC.  Science, Math, Reading, and English workshops are taught by experienced teachers in each subject. 

State-wide Testing Workshops for High Schools

Click on the link above for more information about Snapshot Science's full-suite of ACT services for School Districts.


2016-17 Evening Workshops - Individual students

These two-hour workshops are designed to introduce students to each part of the ACT College Entrance Exam.  Detailed descriptions and dates are listed below.  Workshops are scheduled for fall, winter, and spring at various locations and times.  Individual and small group tutoring is also available (see below).  Register early for early bird discount and to reserve a spot since class sizes are limited to maximize instruction.  Tuition Early Bird/Regular- $125/110 for entire series of 3 workshops per student, $45/40 for one subject workshop, or $90/80 for only two subjects.  Early Bird* registration requires a postmark at least 1-week prior to the first workshop date for which the student registers.  Registration form is available for download here. 

Also see 2017 Winter Workshop Flyer available for download at the bottom of this page.
 
Science: This workshop is designed to familiarize students with the 3 types of passages and range of questions and visuals to expect on the exam.  Students are taught how to maximize time and customize their own strategy based on their strengths and challenges. Analysis of unfamiliar data is also a key component of the workshop. 
    Instructor - Stephen Schmidt, Manager of Snapshot Science, LLC.
Monday, January 23rd, 6-8pm  at Northcentral Technical College Wausau, Campus, Room 107, Center for Business and Industry (see NTC Campus Map available for download below)
OR   Monday, March 20th, 6-8pm at Wausau East High Room B127
*Inclement weather

Math: This workshop is designed to introduce students to the range of problems found on the exam.  Students spend time working through an exam, reviewing strategies for solving specific problems, and learning ways to solve problems more quickly.  Students will have the opportunity to work at their own pace and ask as many questions as desired as they proceed through the range of questions found on the ACT exam.  
    Instructor, Peter Barbella, Certified Mathematics Instructor.
Monday, February 6th, 6-8pm at Northcentral Technical College, Wausau Campus, Room 107, Center for Business and Industry (see NTC Campus Map available for download below)
OR   Monday, April 3rd, 6-8pm at Wausau East High Room B127
*Inclement weather

English/Reading (combined workshop):
English: Students will have the opportunity to analyze usage/mechanics questions and the rhetorical skills questions to see common vocabulary utilized, to help understand how to interpret these questions and answer them effectively. Students will practice answering common types of questions in small groups and as individuals.  Common usage and mechanics rules will be reviewed if time permits.
Reading: Students will have the opportunity to analyze different types of reading passages with accompanying questions to understand common vocabulary utilized and to interpret what kinds of questions are typically asked.  Students will practice answering questions over different types of reading passages in small groups and as individuals.  
    Instructor - Sara Eberlein, Manager of The Read Write Workshop, LLC.
Monday, January 30th 6-8pm at Northcentral Technical College, Wausau Campus, Room 107, Center for Business and Industry (see NTC Campus Map available for download below)
OR   Monday, March 13th 6-8pm at Wausau East High Room B127

* In the case of inclement weather, Wednesday, April 5th is the make up day.

Tutoring
If you prefer, individual and small group ACT tutoring is available.  Please contact us for details.  sschmidt@snapshotscience.org 
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