ACT Test Preparation Program
The WKU ACT test preparation program covers skills needed for success on the ACT.
The ACT Test Prep Program consists of 24 hours of classroom instruction from an experienced instructor, together with additional practice problems and sample tests. Our comprehensive program emphasizes all ACT test components: Test Taking Strategies, Question Formats, Math, English, Reading Comprehension, and Science Reasoning.
In Bowling Green • Feb. 15 - Mar. 22 (6 consecutive Saturday afternoons) • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
WKU Faculty, Staff, and Student Registration Fee: $419 per person
(WKU Dual Credit students will also receive this discount.)
Regular Registration Fee: $449 per person
Students are provided with an in-depth review of the exam materials, insight into strategies for succeeding on standardized tests, and a comprehensive study plan. Class sessions use real test questions to show just how these skills are tested. The course fee includes all classroom sessions and course materials.
Scott Strednak Singer has helped individuals achieve their test-performance goals, both in Bowling Green and in Philadelphia, since 2011. Scott has demonstrated his ability to communicate complex subject matter to a broad spectrum of audiences: He has also taught undergraduate courses in a variety of subjects, and he earned Temple University's Teaching in Higher Education certification program 2012. Scott is currently a doctoral student in the department of religious studies at Temple University. He also serves on the Graduate Studies Committee of the American Academy of Religion. He completed his M.A. in Religion from the Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in 2006 and his B.A. in History at Centre College in 2002. Scott currently lives in Bowling Green with his wife, and their three pets – Tigger, Peace, and Indiana.