Compass Education has partnered with Miss Porter’s to provide comprehensive ACT and SAT prep classes for the Class of 2024. Each class will feature over 20 hours of online small group instruction and 3 full-length practice tests. Both classes will be taught by two of Compass’ most experienced Math and Verbal tutors.
These classes are an excellent option for students who want to begin with group instruction and then transition to private lessons for more targeted support.
$895 $695 (a special $200 discount for Miss Porter’s students)
Financial aid is available for students who qualify for tuition assistance at Miss Porter’s. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com with your registration information. Compass will email you a coupon code to apply to the cost of your class fee.
Click on the link below to sign up for the ACT or SAT instructional course. We will send you full instructions for the online sessions one week before the class begins. Instructional materials will be mailed to the address you provide during registration.
ACT students will have the option to join live online proctored practice tests on Sat. March 11 and Sun. April 2 OR computer-proctored exams through the Compass Online Testing Center (OTC).
SAT students will have the option to join live online proctored practice tests on Sat. March 18 and Sat. April 15 OR computer-proctored exams through the Compass Online Testing Center (OTC).
RSVP deadline is one week before the first instructional session.
- Classes begin at 9AM
- Class Sessions -2.5 hours
- Practice Tests – 3.5 hours
- 3 additional Practice Tests to each student
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