DeKalb — The Northern Illinois University spring SAT Test Preparation program provides individualized attention in a small classroom setting and offers students a chance to prepare themselves for the SAT test. NIU’s SAT program covers writing and language arts, reading, and math.
Classes will be held on campus in the Holmes Student Center. NIU parking is free on Saturdays and Sundays but students must not park in spaces marked “Reserved at all times.”
Enrollment is limited and registration is now open at www.niu.edu/clasep/testprep.
SAT instructors include Lance Vobornik, an experienced Mathematics instructor at NIU with a master’s degree in applied mathematics, and Melissa Craig, an experienced language arts teacher at St. Thomas More School.
Spring Session I (Saturdays)
March 3 – Pre-test
March 10 – Writing and language arts
March 17 – Reading
March 24 – Math (calculator and no calculator)
April 7 – Post-test
Spring Session II (Sundays)
March 4 – Pre-test
March 11 – Writing and language arts
March 18 – Reading
March 25 – Math (calculator and no calculator)
April 8 – Post-test
Cost is $275 ($299 after Feb. 24) which includes instruction, book, website access, and retired SAT tests. It does not include registration to take the actual SAT test. There is also a self-guided online ACT or SAT Test Prep that provides five months access for students that is always available for $275.
For more information, contact NIU External Programming at 815-753-5200 or [email protected]