For the Hit Your Target ACT Test Prep Classes:
Students get 16 hours of instruction plus the teacher for the day will stay for 30 minutes after each class to answer individual questions, making it 20 potential hours.
We are dedicated to improving every single class.
Students will receive a free simple wristwatch suitable for keeping track of time on their practice tests and on the real ACT.
Unlike most courses we will work on skills that will help them in college, not just test taking strategy.
Students will get a copy of what we feel is the very best ACT prep book available with over 700 pages including tips and 3 full practice tests.
David Surver is a Minnetonka teacher, past winner of the Minnetonka teacher of the year and competitor for the Minnesota teacher of the year. He has a masters from St Thomas and is Nationally Board Certified.
Krista Hitchcock is a veteran of both the Edina public schools and a current Minnetonka High School teacher. She runs the writing center- a model program found mostly at the college level. She has a Masters from St Thomas and students say she is engaging and really challenges them to grow.
We are experienced classroom teachers that will keep the kids engaged in lessons and practice the skills we’re teaching with sets of retired actual ACT test questions.
We are both experienced, private ACT tutors charging over $100/hour for tutoring.
If students miss a day or want extra instructional review we will have videos that we record each class-day available for home study.
We will do a diagnostic test at the beginning to show students some potential areas for personal improvement.
We will give students instruction on calculator tricks that can really help.
We will give students detailed plans on next steps in studying more for the ACT.
We will give students a sheet of directions on exactly what to do the day before and day of the ACT to get themselves in the best possible state for taking the test.
We will email the parents before, during, and after the course to educate them about the ACT and keep them informed about how they can best help their kids be prepared.