ACT Review

Course/Workshop Title: ACT Review
Course/Workshop Description Course Key Topic Area Includes:
  1. 36 hours of well-planned focused instruction on ACT with The Princeton Review trained teachers
  2. 5 full length ACT simulated diagnostic exams
  3. Thorough review of each mathematical concept and problem solving strategies.
  4. Learning to recognize and eliminate wrong answers & work strategically under timed conditions
  5. Effective diagramming techniques
Course/Workshop Duration: Total Number of hours: 36 hours
January Course           : Jan. 08, 2017 - Feb. 02, 2017
February Course         : Feb 12, 2017 - Mar. 09, 2017
January Course         : Sun, Tue & Thu 04.00 pm -07.00 pm
February Course       : Sun, Tue & Thu 04.00 pm -07.00 pm
Course/Workshop Objectives: To prepare students for ACT test and build up skills and confidence to get an internationally competitive score
Course/Workshop Learning Outcomes/Competencies: At the end of the program the trainees will be able to:
More confidant to conceptually and strategically beat the  ACT test and  get a guaranteed improvement of 3 points* in ACT.
* as compared to their placement test scores.
Who should attend the course? High School students graduating in 2017 & 2018
Instructor Details & Brief Instructor Bio

Name: Nausheen Fida

Title/Dept: Academics Head  & Verbal Master Trainer

Bio: I was a research scientist for many years and now in my second career I am a verbal trainer at Princeton review Qatar. I have taught Princeton review courses in George Town University, Qatar, King Abdullah university of Science and technology, Jeddah, Saudi Aramco, KSA, American School of Doha, and Alkhor international school -Qatar. I'm passionate about what I do and it gives me satisfaction to see students improving and gaining confidence with our teaching methods.

Name: Dennis A. Ortiz

Title/Dept: TPR Master Trainer (Verbal & Math)

Bio: I am originally from New York City, but I've been teaching in the UAE for over ten years now. Though I'll always be a New Yorker at heart, my time in the Middle East has broadened my insight into the unique challenges students from this area face on both the testing and admissions fronts. In my classes, I focus on identifying weak points in my students decision-making process for both math and verbal-based contexts. I'm certified to teach SAT, GMAT, GRE, ACT, and various SAT Subject and Advanced Placement tests.

Name: Steven A. Williams

Title/Dept: TPR Certified Trainer (Verbal & Math)

Bio: Although new to ScorePlus (and Qatar), Steven is a seasoned veteran in teaching Princeton Review techniques and strategies. He first signed on to teach SAT prep classes for TPR back in the US in October 2009, and worked his way up to being Tampa's premier tutor and classroom instructor for SAT, ACT, and GRE test types. Looking for a change of pace and scenery after earning his M.A. in May 2015, he applied for and was invited to work for ScorePlus in Doha, where he is pleasantly surprised he can take the heat.
Fees SR 6,500