Last Week of Success 101

Don't forget your Final Project

The SAT


The SAT is one of the college entrance exams that schools in the United States use as one of their decision-making tools. It's a good idea to know as much as possible about this test. Begin by doing some research about the SAT. Use your new information to complete the assignment below. As you are working on your SAT Tips assignment, be sure to research a bit more about the test and include tips for preparing before test day as well as test day.



The SAT

Here's a presentation with some information about the test. The presentation is embedded below as well.

Create a SAT Tip Program to assist students in preparing to take the SAT test.

  • Include 4-5 general SAT test taking strategies along with an explanation for using the strategy chosen.
  • Include 4-5 test taking strategies for each of the following: the critical reading, math, writing and essay test sections of the SAT test.

Final Project

All four parts of the final project must be completed by 11:59 PM August 8th. Remember, the final project is 25% of your grade for the course. It will change your grade significantly!

Special Notes

Special notes:


1)Modules 4B through 7B are now closed; however, you may replace any 0s with remediation assignments located in the Personalized Learning folder.


2) NCVPS is seeking your feedback as we continue to review and revise our processes and services. Please take a moment to complete the survey form below. Your feedback is very important! You are asked to fill out this survey because, as a student, you are in a unique position to provide feedback on what you learned from the experience, supply information about program effects, and offer suggestions for improvement.

This online survey will take about ten-fifteen minutes to fill out and asks you to rate your experience in your most recent NCVPS course.

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lease complete the survey no later than Friday, August 8, 2014.


NOTE: IF YOU ARE TAKING MORE THAN ONE COURSE, PLEASE SUBMIT A SURVEY FOR EACH COURSE.


Please make comments and feedback specific to the course in which you are responding.

Link to the survey:

http://tinyurl.com/owukvr6