HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Students who will be taking the ACT in April have the opportunity to gets tips and study guides for the college entrance exam during two classes offered by the Wallace State Community College Alumni Association.
The Alumni Association is holding two Preparing for the ACT sessions. The first on March 5 is for the Math and Science portion and the next on March 12 is for the English and Reading portions. Students may opt to take either course or both. Each are $35 and will be held at 5 p.m. in Room 511 of the James C. Bailey Center on the Hanceville campus.
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.” Each session will include a review and practice for each portion. Handouts with practical tips and problems will be provided to each registered participant. For the math and science portion, students should bring pencils, scratch paper and a calculator.
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 email@example.com.
Wallace State offers the Residual ACT for students planning to enroll in the college. It will administer that exam on April 12. Students may register for the exam through the Tuition and Fees section of myWallaceState at www.wallacestate.edu. Visit www.ACT.org for dates and locations for the National ACT exam.