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Gannon's SAT preparation courses are designed to teach test-taking skills so that you can approach the SAT with more confidence. You will:
The program is divided into three courses (Essay, Critical Reading/Writing, and Mathematics). Students can choose to participate in one, two, or all three courses and can choose among four different terms. Courses might be cancelled if minimum enrollments are not met, so we recommended that you register early. Students registering for all three courses in a given term are eligible for a discount. Registering for Gannon's test prep courses does not register you for the actual SAT exam.
For SAT dates Oct 11, - Nov 8, -Dec 6, -Jan 24
For SAT date Mar 14
For SAT dates May 2,-June 6
During the essay portion of the SAT, students have 25 minutes to write a first-draft response to a subject prompt that makes a statement or claim. The essay question asks the student to take a position on an issue and support it persuasively with examples from studies and experience. It is an open-ended question so it can be answered successfully in many different ways.
Gannon's course includes an initial sample test to assess student skill levels. Students will also write essays each week to become familiar with the nature of the essay question asked on the SAT. They will receive in depth feedback for each writing assignment. In addition, students will learn:
Register for the SAT courses by completing and submitting a course registration form.
Send a payment with your completed registration form. Payment can be made by check, money order, or credit card.
You will be advised of the course location prior to the start of classes.
Courses might be cancelled if minimum enrollments are not met. Therefore, it is recommended that interested students register early.
Registering for Gannon's test prep courses does not register you for the actual SAT exam.
The CollegeBoard website has information about SAT test dates, deadlines, and registration information for the SAT exam.
If you have any questions or if you can't print a copy of the registration form, please contact the Center for Adult Learning at 814-871-7350.