ACT/SAT Cram Session
Class Roster for Upcoming Session Tuesday, December 5 at 5:30p to 8:30p
|Mikijah K||Santa Fe High Springs|
|Cohen A*||Jefferson Middle School|
|Jada W||Lake Central High School|
After completing the registration, your private virtual access to the course is emailed directly to you and the parent/guardian email address used to register for the course; if you have any questions, email Dani Hobson, at email@example.com.
Now – ACT/SAT Test Date: Attend your ACT/SAT Virtual Cram Session and continue studying independently.
After the Test: Continue preparing for college with The Education Equalizer Foundation.
ACT/SAT Cram Session FAQs
How much does the ACT/SAT Cram Session cost?
The ACT/SAT Cram Session is $75.00, only $25.00 per hour for each training session. We offer one of the most affordable and fully credentialed ACT/SAT prep programs for middle through high school students. Your registration includes up to 3 hours of ACT/SAT training, materials, and a customized study plan.
Why isn’t my name on the ACT/SAT Cram Session roster?
The ACT/SAT Cram Session roster includes all students confirmed to attend the session. If you have confirmed and your name is missing from the roster, please alert Jatori Little via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do I have to attend all three hours of tutoring?
Yes, you must attend the entire session. If you need to schedule a make-up session, contact Ms. Jatori Little, Program Director, by email at email@example.com as soon as possible.
Why is it important to take the test as early as possible?
To be eligible for admission to most colleges, taking the ACT/SAT exams is necessary. The better you perform on these tests, the greater your chances of gaining college access and scholarships to afford college. There are no restrictions on the number of times you can take the test. Consequently, taking the test at the earliest opportunity to maximize your scores is advised.
Who can register for the ACT/SAT Cram Sessions?
Anyone middle through high schooler who can attend all three virtual sessions should register for the ACT/SAT Cram Sessions. However, please note that you must be 14 years old to register for the exam.
Are there any scholarships to pay for the ACT/SAT Cram Sessions?
Yes, a limited number of full and partial scholarships are available for students who register for the ACT/SAT Cram Sessions. If you are awarded a scholarship, you will be notified via email.
Generally speaking, what is the average cost of ACT/SAT Prep Classes?
Based on information from Prepscholar, the cost of ACT/SAT preparation varies depending on the type of preparation chosen. For a self-guided study with a test-taking manual, the cost ranges from $0 to $50 per book. Online programs typically range from $1000 to $1400 per course, while in-person courses cost between $800 and $1800. For personalized one-on-one tutoring, the hourly rates typically fall between $40 and $200. Our program is conducted online and is structured in three-hour increments, with a fixed cost of $75.
How can I get a refund?
All of the costs associated with this event are non-refundable; therefore, unfortunately, there are no refunds.
Will The Education Equalizer Foundation continue to help students after the ACT/SAT Cram Session?
Yes, we will continue to help you get ‘to and through’ college. The ACT/SAT Cram sessions allow you to grow your network alongside other college-going students. This program will equip you to become an Education Equalizer Scholar.
Can I help recruit for the ACT/SAT Cram Session?
Yes, we are enrolling 10 students per session. They can register here.
Who should I contact for questions about the program?
You can contact Ms. Jatori Little, Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Thank you to the following organizations for sponsoring The Education Equalizer Foundation.
The Wagmore Foundation