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April 23, 2024

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Register for ACT Boot Camp at B’Wood Library

Learn the ins and outs of taking the ACT exam at an ACT Boot Camp taking place at Brentwood Library.

Each year, high school students feel intense pressure to give their best efforts to the ACT exam as they gear up for the college admission process.
    While the role of standardized testing has been the subject of much debate — a number of colleges and universities have made test scores an optional part of applications — it's true that many students feel compelled to score highly on both the ACT and SAT exams.
    Your teenager can take part in an ACT Boot Camp taking place at the Brentwood Library over five sessions beginning Wednesday, Aug. 12 from 5 – 6:30 p.m. and continuing at the same time on Wednesdays through September 9. The camp is the online version of the ACT Boot camp; participants will interact through video chat, shared screens and collaborative white boards.
    Participants will learn overall strategies for the ACT exam as well as specific techniques for each section including timing, question analysis, educated guessing and more. Instruction will include a review of relevant subject material, such as grammar and math formulas.
    The total cost for the ACT Boot Camp is $360. To have your teen participate, register online at
    To have any questions answered, contact Poppy Krump at

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