eCelePrep contains pre- and post-tests and lesson units that help students understand and leverage the GMAT’s test-mechanics, master tested concepts, and develop game plans to answer even the toughest questions.
Systematically present core content and skills, test-taking strategies, and explanations to all classroom text exercises and quizzes. The course concept outlines help instructors guide students through well-defined content review.
“Cambridge products have helped my students to raise their ACT scores. I have had students who were pretested at 21 points and taken it to 32 points. The test booklets and feedback given really helps students”.
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Hazelwood High School
“During the time I spent in this class, I learned about the ACT and test-taking strategies. This course has helped me to further understand how to identify the main idea. The motivation from my teacher helped me push through the strategies I had a hard time doing."
"I am thrilled to share with you the pre- and post-test results from my Fall Semester ACT Prep Class. The composite growth was an unheard of 4.9 points! While math was still our lowest growth, I incorporated some strategies I learned last year and increased math scores significantly."
I had one student come in my office just grinning and clapping. She said, "Ms. S, you won't believe this, but today I took a mock test in my ACT Prep class, and my math score jumped up by lots of points. I know it's because of those tricks Mr. Dave taught me." It was precious!
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