PSAT and SAT Exam Prep Course Registration Information
The Booker T. Washington Foundation for Excellence is dedicated to supporting students, teachers, and families as we strive for academic excellence and success.

Enroll in this FREE SAT Prep Class in preparation for October PSAT and SAT exams.
*Class is FREE to BTW students
*Taught by SAT/ACT Experts with over 30 years of combined experience
*8 hours of live, virtual instruction + recordings available
*Includes content review, tips, tricks, and strategies
*Limited spaces available, preference given to 10th and 11th grade students
*Class meets on ZOOM virtual platform

                                                                           Class Information
This Comprehensive Review includes 8 hours of virtual, live instruction designed to prepare students for the PSAT and SAT. The course includes content review as well as tips, tricks, and strategies for all areas tested on the PSAT and SAT. Students will be assigned homework between classes. All materials will be emailed to students. Each week, the instructors will email all enrolled students recordings of class and/or videos of the lectures. If students are unable to attend the live class, they will be able to catch up using the videos and recordings.

Dates and Times
Tuesday, September 26; Wednesday, September 27; Thursday, September 28
Sunday, October 1; Tuesday, October 3; Wednesday, October 4; Thursday, October 5; Sunday, October 8
7:00--8:00 PM

                                                                 About Your Expert Instructors
Megan (Schaunaman) Neely was a National Merit Scholar in high school and scored a perfect 36 on the Math, Science, and Reading portions of the ACT. At the University of Oklahoma, she was named the Outstanding Senior Woman in 2004-2005 and has been teaching and tutoring the ACT, SAT, and PSAT ever since. Since 2007, Mrs. Neely has taught more than 200 National Merit Scholars, Finalists, Semifinalists, and Commended Scholars, and has helped more than a thousand students prepare for the ACT. Charlotte McGuire is a Bishop Kelley English teacher with over 15 years of classroom and private tutoring. She has helped students from numerous Tulsa area high schools improve their ACT, PSAT, and SAT scores. The average improvement on the English test is 5 points but has been as high as 11 points.

                                                                  Student Registration Form
Please answer all questions.  Your answers will help the instructors and the Foundation evaluate course effectiveness.  Email information will be shared ONLY with instructors who will email important class information to you.  Evaluation information will never be associated with your name.  The instructions and/or Foundation might ask you to complete a short anonymous survey after you receive your exam score.  

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YOUR TELEPHONE NUMBER--INCLUDING AREA CODE.  Instructors will call only if they cannot reach you by email. *
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What standardized exams have you taken previously?  Check all that apply.
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Have you taken a prep course for any standardized exam? *
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BTW Attendance Pledge*
This course, which is typically offered at a cost of $300 per student, is sponsored by the Booker T. Washington Foundation for Excellence and is available to Booker T. students at no charge. Space is limited.  We ask you to agree to the following participant pledge:

I am a Booker T. Washington High School student, and I agree to follow the curriculum in this four-week course.  The information I give on this form will shared only with course instructors who will email course information and materials to me and by a Foundation committee that will evaluate course effectiveness.  At no point will my name be given to or used by the evaluating committee.  I know that space is limited and that 10 and 11th grade students have first priority.
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