ACT/SAT DiagnosticTest

Camp Type: 
Academic
Camp Classification: 
Boost Admissions
Camp: 
ACT/SAT DiagnosticTest
Dates: 
Oct 5 2019

2019 ACT/SAT Diagnostic Test

October 5, 9am-1pm

Location: Appalachian State University, Reich College of Education, Room #232 (map)

 

Applying to college can be overwhelming.  Knowing what and how to study for standardized tests can eliminate a great deal of anxiety.  The SAT/ACT Diagnostic Exam consists of eight sections that alternate between the SAT and ACT (excluding the essay). Each section is between 14 and 39 minutes long, and contains the number of questions and sections needed to simulate the pace required on each exam. Each student will complete 201 exercises in all and will receive an individualized report that recommends how to effectively study for the ACT and SAT.

Some benefits of the SAT/ACT Diagnostic Exam include:

  • Save Time and Money by reducing prep time by pinpointing your strengths and weaknesses.
  • Strengthen Your College Applications by increasing your chances of gaining admission to your top choice school.
  • Earn Scholarship Money by increasing your scores and winning awards based on high SAT and ACT scores.
  • Obtain Personalized Reports that include nine-pages of detailed information about correct and incorrect responses to the SAT and ACT exams within a week of taking the diagnostic exam.

Boost Admissions provides comprehensive college preparation that will ensure college application success.  We help craft individualized plans including interest inventories, college matches (and visits), exam prep, essay writing and revision, practice interviews, resumes, transcripts audits, scholarship searches and much more.  To learn more about our services, please check out our website: www.boostadmissions.com.

What to Bring:

  • Two No. 2 pencils with erasers
  • Calculator

Nice to Have:

  • A watch (without an audible alarm)
  • Extra batteries for your calculator
  • A bag or backpack
  • A drink or snacks (for your break)
  • Breakfast before you arrive

Student Eligibility

This service is available to any pre-college student.  

Camp Fees

The SAT/ACT Diagnostic Test and Personalized Report is $175.  You may pay in full when you register.  

 

Additional Information

Check-in: Reich College of Education, Room #317

Parking: Free parking available in the College Street Parking Deck

Program/Camp Cancellation:  Appalachian State University reserves the right to cancel this program. In the event Appalachian must cancel for any reason, all fees remitted will be returned.

                  

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