The Altadena Library is thrilled to announce a partnership with the Princeton Review to provide PSAT and SAT prep courses!
This series begins on October 28th with a practice PSAT test. Over the following months, participants will be given the opportunity to review their results and attend three more sessions covering curated drawn from the results of the practice test.
“Over the past several months, several parents and teens have expressed an interest in free SAT prep classes. This series is designed to meet that need,” says Kate Shumaker, teen librarian. These classes will be offered free of charge during the 2017-2018 school year. This is a great opportunity to start getting ready for your SATs by practicing for the PSAT. The PSAT is slightly more accessible to younger students allowing preparation to begin as early as ninth grade.
If you have any questions or would like to register yourself or your child, please email your name and grade level to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that registration will be required for the practice test and recommended for the future sessions.
For more information, call 626 798-0833 or visit the library online at: www.AltadenaLibrary. org.