HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Students who will soon to be taking the ACT have the opportunity to prepare for the test with two half-day workshops offered by the Wallace State Community College Alumni Association.

On Wednesday, June 27, the Alumni Association will host preparatory workshops for the English and Reading section of the ACT and the Math and Science Reasoning portion. Students can choose to take either or both of the classes. Fees for each class are $35.

The English and Reading section will be covered from 9:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. The class includes test taking tips, an English review and practice and reading review and practice.

The Math and Science Reasoning section will be covered from 1:15 to 4:30 p.m. This class also includes test taking tips, science reasoning review and practice and a math review and practice.

All classes will be held in room 511 of the James C. Bailey Center.

The workshops are geared to assist students in learning strategies to improve their test-taking approach and provide tips for the specific portions of the test under discussions. Students will learn what to expect on test day, get practice exercises, learn test-taking time management skills and ways to make the “best guess.” Handouts with practical tips and problems will be provided to each registered participant.

To register online for the workshops, visit www.wsccalumni.org and click on the News & Events link. Space is limited to 45 students per class. For more information, contact LaDonna Allen at 256.352.8071 or ladonna.allen@wallacestate.edu.