A free workshop provided by Trevecca University “Academic Services, students will build confidence as they learn useful strategies and test-taking tips. Topics covered include: preparing and knowing what to expect, parts of the test, scoring, sample questions/problems, strategies and plenty of tips.

Students should bring pen or pencil, notepaper, and calculator (optional), and may also bring a drink and snack if they wish. To register for this free workshop click on the button below.
Please include your child(s) name, contact number (case of an emergency) and which session your child would like to attend in the message box on the registration page.

The Spring 2016 session has ended.

Check back soon for our ACT Test Prep Workshops Fall 2016 Schedule soon.

Session Outline

SESSION ONE

We will hold a general workshop that covers all four content areas, giving strategies about how to prepare for tests, how to take standardized tests (the ACT, in particular), and how to overcome test anxiety. The workshop will include a mini-mock test in each area with a chance to score it and go over problem areas.

SESSION TWO

We will focus on the ACT English and Reading areas. We will provide mini-lessons in each of the two areas, including handouts of the concepts being reviewed and a list of effective websites for further study.

SESSION THREE

We will focus on the ACT math and Science areas. We will provide mini-lessons in each of the two areas, including handouts of the concepts being reviewed and a list of effective websites for further study.

SESSION FOUR

We will simulate the ACT testing environment by administering a full mock test. Once participants have taken the mock test, we will score the answer sheets, fill out an analysis sheet for each participant, and scan the results to him or her. It will be up to the participants to study their analysis sheets so that they understand their strengths and weaknesses, according to the results from the mock test.

ACT does not permit Trevecca Nazarene University to forward residual test scores to any other institution or use them in consideration for NCAA eligibility. The Tennessee State Legislation does not permit residual scores to be used in consideration for the Tennessee Hope Scholarship. ACT does not place a limitation on the number of times or how often a student takes the national ACT. The residual ACT does have a 60-day rule. A student is not permitted to take the residual ACT again until 60 days have passed since the last time he or she took the residual test.

If you have any additional question concerning Trevecca ACT Prep Workshop email STMF at info@strongerthanmyfather.org