N.J. - This spring and summer, Mercer County Community College's
Center for Continuing Studies (CCS) will offer test prep courses
designed to boost test-takers' confidence as they explore strategies
for success. Short-term classes meet in evening sessions at MCCC's
Windsor Campus, 1200 Old Trenton Road.
A new course to assist those preparing for law school is "Law
School Admission Test (LSAT) Review," which will be offered
May 10, 17 and 24. Participants will discuss time management strategies,
score interpretation, and effective preparation strategies. Review
material will focus on the application of logical and analytical
reasoning, reading comprehension, writing practice, proofreading,
revision, and more. Additional graduate school preparatory courses
are "Graduate Record (GRE) Review" from June 8-July
13 and the Graduate Management Admittance Test (GMAT) Review from
June 10-July 15.
Students enrolling at MCCC or other community colleges may be required
to take Accuplacer, a test that assesses math, reading and writing
skills for accurate placement in college-level courses. A new CCS
course is "Accuplacer Review," which will meet
for six sessions from May 11-27. It provides participants with a
thorough review of material on the test, including basic arithmetic,
elementary algebra, geometry, and college-level math, as well as
a language review that includes sentence structure skills, writing
and reading comprehension. Participants will also discuss test-taking
and time management strategies. In addition to adult learners, this
course is open to high school juniors and seniors 16 and up.
For aspiring elementary school teachers, the center offers the "Praxis
II Prep Course" from June 7-July 17. Test preparation will
focus on language arts, mathematics, social studies and science.
MCCC also offers online courses in "SAT Prep" and
"ACT Prep," featuring 24-hour access to review
material. Courses are held in six-week cycles, starting April 21,
May 19, June 16, July 21 and Aug. 18. For online course information,
go to MCCC's Online Instruction Center: www.ed2go.com/mccc.edu
The May- August 2010 course bulletin is available online here.
For further information or to register for noncredit courses, call
(609) 570-3311 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.