University of South Carolina Offers SAT Summer Test Prep Course at USC Beaufort/Hilton Head Gateway Campus
For Immediate Release July 18, 2016
Columbia, S.C. – The University of South Carolina’s renowned University Test Prep program and USC Beaufort/Hilton Head Gateway are teaming up to offer an intensive and exciting SAT test prep program in Bluffton, August 1-4. The summer institute is intended to help rising 10th-12th graders prepare for the SAT exam. This is the eighth year that the program has been offered at the USC Beaufort/Hilton Head Gateway Campus.
University Test Prep provides thorough preparation for the revised SAT test, this high stakes undergraduate admissions exam. College Board, makers of the SAT test revised the test earlier in the year and students will see changes to the content, test questions, and to the test structure on the new exam. The preparation course provides 20 hours of on-campus classroom learning and is led by a professional test prep instructor from the University of South Carolina. Classes are held Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The course includes the Official SAT textbook, workbook, lunch each day, and four interactive review sessions held in September, leading up to the first SAT exam.
SAT Summer Institutes are also held on the USC Columbia, Aiken, and Greenville campuses.
A 10 percent discount using promo code “ALUMNI” is available for members of the USC Alumni Association and USC Faculty and Staff at all campuses.
To register and for more information, contact USC Continuing Education and Conferences at 803-777-9444, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit: discover.sc.edu.
About University Test Prep
University Test Prep's SAT Summer Preparation Courses offers comprehensive preparation for SAT test. Since 2008, University Test Prep has been offering the SAT Institute which is an intensive test prep program that extends beyond the time spent on the University of South Carolina's campuses. Our blended learning Test Prep program offers intensive classroom training followed by periodic online review sessions. The courses are designed for students currently in high school, who have completed their freshmen or sophomore years and plan to take the current SAT test during Fall 2016. ###