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Westfield Review, Inc., Westfield's own Pre-Scholastic Assessment Test (PSAT) and Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) specialists, has announced its fall schedule of classes for the upcoming PSAT and SAT examinations.
Each class offers the students experienced and certified English and mathematics teachers currently teaching at Westfield High School with experience in preparing the students for the PSAT and SAT.
In addition, the classes are limited to no more than 14 students and meet in the education rooms of The Presbyterian Church in Westfield.
According to Les Jacobsen, Director of Westfield Review, "Our aim is to provide the students of Westfield and the surrounding areas with a program of test preparation that utilizes proven strategies in test taking skills and problem solving techniques."
"Our experienced staff enjoy working with the high school student in reaching their potential and bring with them years of experience in teaching English and mathematics at Westfield High School. Our program has provided students of all levels with the tools to maximize their potential on the PSAT and SAT and should also benefit them in their future school work.
"Many of our past students have come back to tell us how they scored on the SATs and we, at Westfield Review, have been extremely pleased with their results and to have helped so many in our area reach their SAT goal," he said.
Classes currently are filling with many early registrations. The course is limited to no more than 14 per section and meets for eight sessions that are each three hours in length. The program meets for a total of 24 hours of instruction for $359 and includes all materials.
Please call (908) 317-2774 to register or receive additional information. Classes are scheduled to meet on Thursday evenings beginning Thursday, September 18, or Sunday evenings beginning September 21.