Let's Get Ready April 2016

Updates for April 2016

Hi Students, Parents, and Coaches!


We've had our first few classes, college trips, and our second diagnostic. This month, we will continue having classes in preparation for the May 7th SAT, for which we will finish registration this week. This bulletin includes the dates of all of the classes for the month as well as information about the Final Celebration!

College Trip to The University of Delaware

Temple LGR Updates

Important Dates

Monday, April 4: Math Class 5:30-8:30 in Ritter Hall 300

Wednesday, April 6: Verbal Class 5:30-8:30 in Ritter Hall 300


Monday, April 11: Math Class 5:30-8:30 in Ritter Hall 300

Wednesday, April 13: Verbal Class 5:30-8:30 in Ritter Hall 300


Monday, April 18: Math Class 5:30-8:30 in Ritter Hall 300

Wednesday, April 20: Verbal Class 5:30-8:30 in Ritter Hall 300


Monday, April 25: LAST CLASS! Math Class 5:30-8:30 in Ritter Hall 300



Wednesday, April 27: Final Celebration! 5:30-7:30 in Tuttleman 103

Final Celebration Details!

On our last night of class, we will be having a final celebration with food, prizes, and a financial aid speaker. We are inviting families to come, however it is mandatory for students to come since it counts for attendance to the program. Deposits will be given back to you during this time only.


The celebration will be held in Tuttleman Learning Center Room 103 from 5:30 to about 7:30 on Wednesday, April 27.

Tips for a Successful Test Day

It may be a little over a month away, but the May 7 SAT for which you all signed up for is quickly approaching. Here are a few tips to prepare for the big day:


  • Set your alarm! If you have to set one or twenty to make sure you get up in time for the exam, make sure you have your alarm(s) set on the night before so that you can arrive on time for the exam. If you are late, you will not be permitted to take the exam.
  • Get a good night's sleep. You've probably heard this a billion times about various exams, but it's super important to get a good night's sleep for the SAT since it's such a long exam. You should know how grueling the exam is - you've taken two diagnostics!
  • Make sure you have pencils and a calculator. This one is pretty self explanatory, but you should make sure you have pencils with good erasers and a calculator a few days before the exam.
  • Know where your test site is. This one is probably the most important thing. Your site directors will not be at your test site (since everyone is taking the test at different places), so make sure you know where you're going. If you forgot, you can check with us and we will be able to tell you - but don't wait until the morning of the exam!

Emily Jordan and Steph David

Site Directors, Spring 2016

Let's Get Ready, Temple University
1900 N. 13th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19122

215-767-1019 - Emily

215-240-0533 - Stephanie


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