February 26, 2013

Get Prepared for the ACT’s Math Test

High school students across northern Louisiana are encouraged to attend one of three math-focused ACT workshops to significantly improve math scores

GRAMBLING, LA – The Office of Service Learning at Grambling State University is sponsoring three mathematics ACT preparation workshops. There is no cost. High school students interested in going to college will gain vital information and study techniques that will help with the math portion of the ACT.

To ensure that students can gain easy access to the workshops, there will be three different locations.

The first workshop is March 2 in the Swartz area at Starlight Baptist Church’s fellowship hall, located at 1609 Highway 139 in Swartz, just outside of Monroe.  The session will start at 9 a.m. and end at 11 a.m.

There are two workshops available at different locations March 9. At the Jonesboro- Hodge Middle School, located at 440 Old Winnfield Road, the workshop will be held in the cafeteria at 9 a.m. and continue until 11 a.m.  Another workshop will be held from 10 a.m. until noon in Homer High School’s library, located at 1008 North Main in Homer.

To find out how these workshops can help you succeed postsecondary education and determine your college readiness, please contact Rory L. Bedford, PhD., at 318-274-2553 or 318-274-2547, or stop by his office in Charles P. Adams, Room 117, on Grambling State University’s campus.

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