Howard County Library
SAT Practice Makes Perfect

cartoon image of frustrated student taking test

Know anyone scared of the SAT?

Your students can get a glimpse of the SAT test before taking it “for real.” The first session will include a version of the real test, complete with timed portions and tests given by a Princeton Review staff member. The second session offers a follow-up where the students receive their scores from the test, and learn some tips and strategies to improve their scores in the future. What a perfect stress-free way to ease into the test-taking mode!

This event is in two parts, with the test-taking session being held on Saturday, March 26 from 1-5 pm, and the results and strategy session being on Saturday, April 9 from 2-4 pm. Both sessions will be at the Glenwood Branch, and
students are encouraged to register for these free sessions as they fill up fast!

Amy Stephens -  Glenwood Branch

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