The Northern Illinois University Fall ACT Test preparation program provides individualized attention in a small classroom setting and offers students a chance to best prepare themselves for the ACT test.
The program begins Sunday, Oct. 6, and be held on consecutive Sundays until Nov. 3 in Graham Hall Room 334 from 1 to 4:30 p.m. NIU parking is free on Sundays.
Enrollment is limited; registration is now open.
NIU’s program covers English, math, reading and science reasoning.
The NIU ACT instructors include Lance Vobornik, an experienced mathematics instructor at NIU with a master’s degree in applied mathematics; Rosalind Bowers, an experienced English teacher at the high school- and college-level with a master’s degree in English; and Melissa Craig, an experienced teacher at St. Thomas More School.
- Oct. 6 – Pre-test
- Oct. 13 – English
- Oct. 20 – Math
- Oct. 27 – Reading and Science Reasoning
- Nov. 3 – Post-test
Cost is $250 ($275 after Friday, Sept. 27) which includes instruction, book, CD-ROM and retired ACT tests. It does not include registration to take the actual ACT test.
For more information, contact the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences External Programming at (815) 753-5200 or [email protected].