WILMINGTON — High school students from area school districts are invited to get a head-start on planning for college and prepping for the ACT by attending the Southern Ohio Educational Service Center’s “Attacking the ACT” workshop presented by Bob Brausch of Tutoring by B2.
Brausch, a former high school teacher, has dedicated his professional career to empowering learners to reach and exceed their educational goals and achieve their highest potential.
The next “Attacking the ACT” workshop is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 17 at the Southern Ohio Educational Service Center (SOESC) in Wilmington. Seats are still available for the Feb. 17 workshop.
Students participating in the six-hour workshop will tackle the three components necessary for successful completion of the ACT: (1) test-taking skills, (2) mental stamina, timing, and pacing, and (3) ACT content in English, math, and science.
Each participant will receive a workbook, a full-length practice test, and an accompanying solutions manual that provides additional test prep practice questions.
The registration fee also includes a light breakfast, a boxed lunch, and drinks.
Student feedback from previous sessions has confirmed the value of these workshops, stated an SOESC media release.
One participant said in the evaluation, “You get so many tips, things you would never think of … it is going to really help my confidence and hopefully my score.”
The Southern Ohio ESC will be hosting “Attacking the ACT” workshops on Saturday, Feb. 17 and on Saturday, June 2 at its location in Wilmington at 3321 Airborne Road.
You can register either for the Feb. 17 or June 2 workshop.
For additional information, please visit www.southernohioesc.org .
If you have questions about the upcoming “Attacking the ACT” workshops, please contact Curt Bradshaw, Coordinator of Gifted Services at the Southern Ohio ESC at firstname.lastname@example.org .
To register for an upcoming workshop, visit goo.gl/a2Bp4y .