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ACT English
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This course helps students prepare for the rigors of writing involved with the English section of the ACT.

The ACT measures high school students’ academic readiness for college in the areas of English, mathematics, reading, science, and writing (optional). The ACT is a timed test. All college and universities accept the ACT test, although some may require a minimum composite score for entrance.

ACT Mathematics
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This course aims to hone various mathematics skills necessary for the math section of the ACT.

The ACT measures high school students’ academic readiness for college in the areas of English, mathematics, reading, science, and writing (optional). The ACT is a timed test. All college and universities accept the ACT test, although some may require a minimum composite score for entrance.

ACT Reading
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This course works to equip students with additional reading skills that are utilized throughout the reading section of the ACT.

The ACT measures high school students’ academic readiness for college in the areas of English, mathematics, reading, science, and writing (optional). The ACT is a timed test. All college and universities accept the ACT test, although some may require a minimum composite score for entrance.

ACT Science Reasoning
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This course provides students a chance to sharpen reasoning and analytics skills that are critical to the science section of the ACT.

The ACT measures high school students’ academic readiness for college in the areas of English, mathematics, reading, science, and writing (optional). The ACT is a timed test. All college and universities accept the ACT test, although some may require a minimum composite score for entrance.

ACT WorkKeys

ACT WorkKeys - Applied Mathematics
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Students in this course will receive guidance and support to help increase their placement in the mathematics portion of the ACT WorkKeys assessment.

WorkKeys is a skills assessment that helps employers select, hire, train, develop, and retain quality workforce. The assessments can help individuals learn more about their strengths and weaknesses to help build a career pathway. Successful completion of WorkKeys assessments in applied mathematics, locating information, and reading for information can lead to earning the National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC). 

ACT WorkKeys - Business Writing
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This course explores the mechanics of business English to assist students in achieving greater results on relevant portions of the ACT WorkKeys assessment.

WorkKeys is a skills assessment that helps employers select, hire, train, develop, and retain quality workforce. The assessments can help individuals learn more about their strengths and weaknesses to help build a career pathway. Successful completion of WorkKeys assessments in applied mathematics, locating information, and reading for information can lead to earning the National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC). 

ACT WorkKeys - Comprehensive
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Performing well WorkKeys is dependent upon demonstrating a variety of soft skills for the workplace. In this course, students will explore how to combine knowledge from varying areas and components of the WorkKeys assessment. 

WorkKeys is a skills assessment that helps employers select, hire, train, develop, and retain quality workforce. The assessments can help individuals learn more about their strengths and weaknesses to help build a career pathway. Successful completion of WorkKeys assessments in applied mathematics, locating information, and reading for information can lead to earning the National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC). 

ACT WorkKeys - Locating Information, Teamwork, Listening, and Applied Tech.
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Materials in this course cover a number of the topics assessed in the ACT WorkKeys assessment. Students will brush up on critical skills for teams and technology in the modern workplace.

WorkKeys is a skills assessment that helps employers select, hire, train, develop, and retain quality workforce. The assessments can help individuals learn more about their strengths and weaknesses to help build a career pathway. Successful completion of WorkKeys assessments in applied mathematics, locating information, and reading for information can lead to earning the National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC). 

ACT WorkKeys - Reading for Information
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Reading and comprehension skills are independent from a person's ability to glean specific data and instructions from written materials. Students will learn how to do certain tasks while reading, such as locating direct instructions for simple tasks, making use of everyday words, and picking out a clearly stated details. 

WorkKeys is a skills assessment that helps employers select, hire, train, develop, and retain quality workforce. The assessments can help individuals learn more about their strengths and weaknesses to help build a career pathway. Successful completion of WorkKeys assessments in applied mathematics, locating information, and reading for information can lead to earning the National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC). 

ACT WorkKeys - Writing
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Success in the workplace is dependent on the ability to communicate thoroughly through writing. This course will help students hone skills required for writing components all throughout the WorkKeys assessment.

WorkKeys is a skills assessment that helps employers select, hire, train, develop, and retain quality workforce. The assessments can help individuals learn more about their strengths and weaknesses to help build a career pathway. Successful completion of WorkKeys assessments in applied mathematics, locating information, and reading for information can lead to earning the National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC). 

ASVAB

ASVAB Mathematics
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The mathematics portion of the ASVAB focuses on high school math concepts. The materials in this course will help refresh students' knowledge of arithmetic and problem solving. A primary component of this course – as with all math – is continual practice!

ASVAB is a timed, multiple-aptitude assessment that measures developed abilities and helps predict future academic and occupational success in the military. The ASVAB was developed by the Department of Defense, and covers the topics of general science, arithmetic reasoning, word knowledge, paragraph comprehension, mathematics knowledge, mechanical comprehension and electronics information. 

ASVAB Technology and General Science, Part 1
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The science components of the ASVAB cover a wide variety of topics such as life science, earth science, and physical science. To pass this test you will need a broad understanding of biology, geology, meteorology, astronomy, chemistry, and physics. In addition, a student will need knowledge of electronics information, automotive and shop Information, mechanical comprehension, assembling objects. We cover these topics across two courses. This course is part 1.

ASVAB is a timed, multiple-aptitude assessment that measures developed abilities and helps predict future academic and occupational success in the military. The ASVAB was developed by the Department of Defense, and covers the topics of general science, arithmetic reasoning, word knowledge, paragraph comprehension, mathematics knowledge, mechanical comprehension and electronics information. 

ASVAB Technology and General Science, Part 2
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ASVAB science questions touch on life science, earth science, and physical science. More specifically, it covers biology, geology, meteorology, astronomy, chemistry, and even physics. In addition, a student must have knowledge of electronics information, automotive and shop Information, mechanical comprehension, assembling objects. We cover these topics across two courses. This course is part 2.

ASVAB is a timed, multiple-aptitude assessment that measures developed abilities and helps predict future academic and occupational success in the military. The ASVAB was developed by the Department of Defense, and covers the topics of general science, arithmetic reasoning, word knowledge, paragraph comprehension, mathematics knowledge, mechanical comprehension and electronics information. 

ASVAB Word Knowledge and Paragraph Comprehension
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This course addresses two key topics of the ASVAB: word knowledge and paragraph comprehension. Students will practice differentiating words based on spelling, defining words, identifying paragraph topics, detail retention in reading, drawing conclusions, and summarization.

ASVAB is a timed, multiple-aptitude assessment that measures developed abilities and helps predict future academic and occupational success in the military. The ASVAB was developed by the Department of Defense, and covers the topics of general science, arithmetic reasoning, word knowledge, paragraph comprehension, mathematics knowledge, mechanical comprehension and electronics information. 

Accuplacer

Accuplacer Mathematics
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This course offers students an opportunity to improve their mathematics skills in preparation for the Accuplacer assessment. 

Accuplacer is an untimed college-readiness assessment in the areas of reading, writing, math, and computer skills. These tests help you and your college assess your academic skills for proper placement in college courses.   

Accuplacer Reading
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This course offers students an opportunity to improve their reading skills in preparation for the Accuplacer assessment. 

Accuplacer is an untimed college-readiness assessment in the areas of reading, writing, math, and computer skills. These tests help you and your college assess your academic skills for proper placement in college courses.   

Accuplacer Sentence Skills
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This course offers students an opportunity to improve their sentence skills in preparation for the Accuplacer assessment. 

Accuplacer is an untimed college-readiness assessment in the areas of reading, writing, math, and computer skills. These tests help you and your college assess your academic skills for proper placement in college courses.   

GED

GED Preparation - Math
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The mathematics portion of the GED focuses on general math skills and problem-solving ability. Students will need to assess short readings which often include graphs, charts, or figures. The test, and consequentially this course, does not touch on calculus or trig, so students shouldn't be worried about these higher-level maths. Our course equips students for the test's emphasis on working with numbers, decoding story problems, and working with data to solve problems in algebra and geometry.

The GED is a high school equivalency diploma, which covers math, science, social studies, and reasoning through language arts. The GED is designed for people who, for various reasons, did not graduate from high school but want a certificate equivalent to the traditional high school diploma. This is a timed assessment. 

GED Preparation - Reading/Language Arts
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The GED Reading/Language Arts course offers a broad foundation in the fundamentals of reading and writing. The course will focus on clear and effective writing, including an exploration of grammar, spelling, and avoidance of mechanical writing errors. In addition, some lessons will cover reading strategies for fiction and non-fiction texts, and examine purpose and reasoning in texts. 

The GED is a high school equivalency diploma, which covers math, science, social studies, and reasoning through language arts. The GED is designed for people who, for various reasons, did not graduate from high school but want a certificate equivalent to the traditional high school diploma. This is a timed assessment. 

GED Preparation - Science
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The GED Science course covers a variety of scientific knowledge, starting with the Scientific Method, chart evaluation, and graph assessment. The materials will then marry together concepts from Earth and Space Science, Life and Physical Science, Biology, and Chemistry for a well-rounded Science review.

The GED is a high school equivalency diploma, which covers math, science, social studies, and reasoning through language arts. The GED is designed for people who, for various reasons, did not graduate from high school but want a certificate equivalent to the traditional high school diploma. This is a timed assessment. 

GED Preparation - Social Studies
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The GED Social Studies course covers a variety of topics from U.S. History, Geography, Economics, and Civics. The material starts with a foundation of reading, interpreting, and analyzing historical information. The lessons then cover U.S. events, law and our government system, commerce, culture, and much more. 

The GED is a high school equivalency diploma, which covers math, science, social studies, and reasoning through language arts. The GED is designed for people who, for various reasons, did not graduate from high school but want a certificate equivalent to the traditional high school diploma. This is a timed assessment. 

SAT

SAT Mathematics
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This course offers exercises and materials to help students better prepare for the mathematics component of the SAT. The course focuses on the study of algebraic problem-solving skills and concepts related to geometry, probability, and statistics.

The SAT is a college entrance exam used by many college and universities. It is a timed test which assesses students on math, evidence-based reading, writing, and essay section (optional).

SAT Reading
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This course offers exercises and materials to help students better prepare for the reading component of the SAT. The course focuses on the study of different reading strategies and vocabulary skills for fictional, informational, and persuasive texts. 

The SAT is a college entrance exam used by many college and universities. It is a timed test which assesses students on math, evidence-based reading, writing, and essay section (optional).

SAT Writing and Language
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This course offers exercises and materials to help students better prepare for the writing component of the SAT. The course focuses on the study of various writing strategies and language skills. 

The SAT is a college entrance exam used by many college and universities. It is a timed test which assesses students on math, evidence-based reading, writing, and essay section (optional).