2021 SAT/ACT “Remote Live” Prep
This program is a tremendous value . Ranney has been generous enough to fully support every 10th grader. By enrolling your child, you are making an excellent choice.
- Top Foley Prep instructors are assigned to 5 sections that will meet “remote live” at certain times
- Open to Ranney class of 2023 only
- Registration closed January 28th. It may be possible to register until February 1st with a $100 late registration fee.
This is the sixth year of the Foley Prep – Ranney School partnership which has given us plenty of experience to fine-tune our approach to specifically prep Ranney students for long-term success on standardized tests. Spring 2020 we successfully transitioned to online classes, and we will continue to leverage our 10+ years of success with online teaching.
While we will be using SAT and ACT materials in the designated classes, each class will focus on concepts and strategies that will help on both the SAT and ACT. So even if you are not sure which test your child may ultimately fare better at, go ahead and select the class that best suits his or her schedule.
Students will build a foundation in key concepts and Foley Prep ACT/SAT strategies in math, grammar, and some ACT science through direct instruction and reinforced through short, targeted practice sets reviewed by the instructor. Homework will be assigned, but the central focus will be engaging students in instruction and problem solving during class time.
- SAT/ACT books and Foley Prep manuals are available at Ranney and the Foley Prep office in Bell Works – Holmdel.
- We use Discord instead of Zoom. It’s very easy to use and we will share information after registration closes.
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Instructors: Kyle and JoAnne will be the lead instructors for this program. They’ve been selected from the Foley Prep faculty for their positive student and parent feedback, experience and ability to engage groups of kids with very productive, motivational lessons.
Can you prep for both the SAT and ACT? Our experience has shown that it’s too early to assess which test – ACT or SAT – is better for your sophomore. So, feel free to choose a class based on whichever schedule works for you and don’t worry about whether you are selecting the right test. The ACT and SAT have a great many concepts in common, thus we have geared the program so that most of what your child will learn will apply to both tests.
Important information for parents:
If you have questions about the program, do not hesitate to contact Ron Foley by text or calling 732-412-1416 or via email email@example.com.
Try to take advantage of the 3 free practice tests and a free class offered at any Foley Prep Hub until June 10, 2021.
Students should be ready with 3 things to every class:
Foley Prep class binder – available for pickup or download
ACT or SAT practice book – available for pickup (or a link will be shared for purchase)
A calculator – note the TI-89 is not allowed on the ACT
Missing Classes: All classes will cover specific content and strategies that will be reinforced at various points during the course, so missing any class will not cause any major interruption in progress.
Make-up classes: All participating students are welcome to sit in another section and take 1 free make-up lesson by choosing any class from the Foley Prep Schedule at our Rumson-Fair Haven or Bell Works – Holmdel Hubs. Please contact us to arrange for these make-up options.
3 Complimentary Mock ACTs or SATs: As a courtesy to our Ranney families, all students are welcome to sit for up to 3 complimentary practice tests at Foley Prep Rumson-Fair Haven, Foley Prep Holmdel – Bell Works, or Foley Prep Freehold anytime before June 10, 2021.
Attendance Policy: Attendance is important. You will be charged $600 if your child misses 5 classes for any reason (one can be made up at a Foley Prep Hub). Otherwise there is no charge for this program.
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