Area students who need to increase their ACT scores will have the opportunity to attend a test prep workshop with one of most sought after ACT coaches in America.
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College will be hosting the Chad Cargill ACT Test Prep Workshop from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., Jan. 15 in the Student Union Ballroom.
Cargill developed this workshop after taking the ACT 18 times and increasing his score from a 19 to a 32. He attended Oklahoma State and graduated with a degree in Industrial Engineering. Last year over 10,000 high school students attended his workshop. It will include relevant, practical information on how to increase ACT scores. The workshop covers what will be on the test and how to master the techniques; this is not a practice test.
According to Cargill’s website, “It covers general ideas about the ACT as a whole and the individual sections of English - Learn what the test-makers are looking for & the relevant rules needed. Math - Learn formulas & rules you need to answer virtually every question. Reading - Learn three strategies and three methods how to best take the comprehension section. Science - Learn common question types and strategies to beat science reasoning.”
According to Rachel Lloyd, director of the Center or Academic Success and Advising, “Chad Cargill is a much sought after professional who will present a myriad of strategies designed to raise ACT scores in each subtest. We are pleased to offer this opportunity to our students and the surrounding community.”
To register for the workshop, go to http://web.neo.edu/mach/view.php?id=21 or for more information, contact Hannah Berryman at (918) 540-6963 or firstname.lastname@example.org.