SAT Prep Summer 2020

Reading, Writing & Language Tests and Math Test Prep

Taking SAT prep courses during the summer is a smart move! Spend two weeks reviewing course materials and learning test taking tips. Complete practice exams and develop test-taking strategies to help you perform at your absolute best!

SAT scores are important for college admissions, and are often used to evaluate scholarship candidates as well. Get ready to take your SATs with these intensive prep courses!
Only Quincy Public Schools students are eligible for these courses.

Contact:

Michael Jorgenson, Coordinator
michaeljorgenson@quincypublicschools.com

Registration:

QPS SAT Prep 2020 ~ Student Registration & Course Selection Registration is to be completed online at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1H4yNEUaJDKSlx2aOoHlmIbecDnp7PNH5qkZ6zjCuskM/viewform?edit_requested=true

Device Requirement:

Students are required to use a device such as a laptop, desktop, or Chromebook. A mobile device such as a cell phone or tablet will not be sufficient. If the student has borrowed a QPS Chromebook for current remote learning they may continue to use that device for the summer program. If a device is needed, students may request to use a QPS-provided Chromebook by using the following link:

QPS Chromebook Request  Form - https://fs30.formsite.com/lauraowens/ytv0bhdh3q/index.html

Course:

  • SAT Prep - Reading, Writing & Language Tests

Course Number:

  • HP001

Location:

  • Online Remote Learning with synchronous and asynchronous instruction

Dates:

  • June 29 - July 10 (No class July 3)

Time:

  • Monday - Friday, 9:00 - 11:00

Cost:

  • No cost

Prepare for the Reading and Writing & Language sections of the SAT exam. Topics address evidence -based reading and writing skills utilized on the test.

Course:

  • SAT Prep - Math Test

Course Number:

  • HP002

Location:

  • Online Remote Learning with synchronous and asynchronous instruction

Dates:

  • July 13- July 24

Time:

  • Monday - Friday, 9:00 - 11:00

Cost:

  • No cost

Prepare for the Math section of the SAT exam. Topics include an emphasis on problem solving, modeling, using tools strategically, and using algebraic structure.