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Hammond High School ACT748
Tuesday, August 29, 2017 from 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm & Thursday, August 31, 2017 from 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm __________________________________ Class Location: Hammond High School 8800 Guilford Road Columbia, MD 21046 Room 217 __________________________________ Class Description: During the class studen ...
$159.00     $149.00

Over 97% of students who took The Answer SAT prep course said that they would recommend it to a friend. Here’s why: 

“It is a great course that helps you with any questions or worries.” – Graham, The Cardinal Gibbons School

This course is “quick and to the point. It made SAT look easier/less stressful.” – Andrew, Atholton High School

“I learned a lot about what to do and what not to do. I feel well prepared.” – Ryan, Archbishop Spalding High School

“It help you feel confident and reassured that it’s possible to do well on the SAT.” – Ashley, South River High School

“It is great to get help. The classes are small and you learn a lot.” – Chris, The Cardinal Gibbons School

“I learned a lot of new tips I never considered or thought of before.” – South River High School student

“The strategies I would never think of without this course.” – Kristen, Wilde Lake High School

“The teacher is friendly and great at explaining everything.” – Wilde Lake High School student

“I had a SAT tutor before I took this class and I still learned a lot and feel more confident.” – Tyler, Atholton High School

“I feel way more confident about my test taking skills and feel ready for the SAT.” – Luke, South River High School

“Individualized, small, fast, helpful.” – Wilde Lake High School student

“Because it provided me with ways to go faster and pick the correct answer.” – Charlotte, Severna Park High School

“It answered so many of my questions.” – Calvert High School student

“It is effective and helpful for improving SAT scores. It teaches simple strategies that will be useful for the actual SAT.” – Patrick, South River High School

“Teacher was amazing, fun class.” – Calvert High School student

“I think my score will go way up.” – Casey, Severna Park High School

“Very helpful in test-taking skills and helpful hints.” – Dana, Severna Park High School

“Gives you a good idea of what to expect with the test. Helps you figure out your strengths and weaknesses.” – Kristina, Severna Park High School

“Because I feel like I know how to take this test and will be calm when I take it.” – Taylor, Severna Park High School

“Because it helped me learn how to write an essay better.” – Wilde Lake High School student

“Helped tremendously.” – Emily, South River High School

“Very good tips on how to bump up score.” – Chris, Severna Park High School

“Very helpful, very informative course! Great!” – Adam, Atholton High School

“Excellent info. I feel like I’m ready to take the test.” – Alicia, South River High School

“It helps a lot. I feel more comfortable already.” – Atholton High School student


When asked, “Which aspects of the course were most helpful to you?,” students responded:

“Everything. The advice for each section gave me new insight on how to take the test.” – Connor, South River High School

“Taking practice test and then analyzing techniques with those questions.” – Eva, Severna Park High School

“ . . .the large packet breaking down each type of question you would see.” – Jeremy, Severna Park High School

“Doing an actual SAT practice test helped because we got to review the actual test.” – Danielle, Severna Park High School

“Being able to take a full length test demonstrates the scope of the undertaking.” – Severna Park High School student

“Going over every section/type of question.” – Meredith, St. Mark’s High School

“ . . .the tips on how to approach the different types of test questions. – Atholton High School student

“Going over each section and learning testing strategies.” – Alexis, Severna Park High School

“Learning how to deal with the harder problems.” – David, Atholton High School

“Showing simple ways to find the answers.” – Nikki, South River High Scholl