Location: ONLINE, so the student is expected to log in from home
Who should attend: High school students
Time Zone: Eastern
Seminar length: 13 hours of SAT/PSAT instruction and review across 2 weekend days + q&a with parents and students
Content: For each of the four SAT/PSAT sections, the boot camp will first review the necessary theory and strategies and then work out and/or review official SAT/PSAT questions in a timed setting.
Complexity and pace: This is an intensive and fast-paced webinar. The materials range from simple to complex.
Course materials: A printed course handout and a printed PrepAccelerator handbook will be shipped by USPS to every registrant after the relevant registration deadline (see below). Around the same time, a detailed study plan will be sent to the parent email address that you enter on the registration form.
Location: Online. Students will need a computer with a stable internet connection to attend the event from home. Login information will be emailed the night before each session date.
Pricing (covers instruction and course materials):
1. Early Registration: $295 until Wed, Jan 26, 2022, at 11:55p Eastern
2. Regular Registration: $350 until Mon, Jan 31, 2022, at 11:55p Eastern
3. Late Registration: $400 until Thu, Feb 3, 2022, at 11:55p Eastern. Late registrants will receive a) emailed partial handouts by Day 1 and b) shipped materials after Day 1.
1. Early registrants may request and receive a refund ($295 minus $35 for administrative and PayPal transaction costs) if PrepAccelerator@gmail.com receives an email request for a refund timestamped before the early registration deadline above. No refunds will be issued thereafter.
2. Regular and late registrants are not eligible for a refund.
AGENDA Day 1 of 2 (8:15a-4p Eastern Time):
AGENDA Day 2 of 2 (8:15a-4p Eastern Time):
Scores will not improve merely because a student attends the boot camp. Students are expected to practice what they have learned, thoroughly memorize the cheat sheets, complete the assigned homework, and attempt practice tests under timed conditions to see a score improvement. Success on the test is entirely about hard work. The boot camp gives students and parents the tools and the glide path to the target score, but it is the student's focused practice and relentless work that will cause the ascent to the target score. Parents are strongly encouraged to have a conversation about the student's commitment to the work involved and their own expectations before registering for the boot camp. While students who complete the assigned work can benefit from attending the boot camp closest to their target test date, a longer window between the boot camp and the test date is strongly recommended, especially during the busy school year. Ideally, parents and students should plan on a 6-8-week window between the boot camp and the test date during the school year so that students have adequate time to master the content and strategies as well as internalize the techniques taught at the boot camp.
What should students bring to the event?
Students should bring a notebook, a calculator (preferably the one they will use on test day), and writing instruments. Earphones/headphones/Air Pods are also important to prevent acoustic feedback caused by computer speakers that will compromise the student's ability to listen and participate.
What happens if internet outage or technological issues on PrepAccelerator's side cause a part of the SAT/PSAT Boot Camp to be cancelled?
We will make every reasonable effort to restore our internet connection and resume the boot camp immediately. However, if the outage persists, class will be cancelled for that session or the remainder of that day. PrepAccelerator will make a recorded version of the missed portion available to students for a limited time.
My student will have to miss a session. Will you be providing a
recording and materials for the missed session? If not, how does my
student make up the session?
We do NOT provide a recording or class notes for the missed session as the material is strictly proprietary. We recommend planning early and registering for the boot camp only if your student is able to attend the entire event.
CODE OF CONDUCT
We have zero tolerance for rude or condescending behavior or communications
from parent or student. This will result in the entire family being
barred immediately from this and all future PrepAccelerator events and
blocked from all PrepAccelerator communications. Please understand that we enforce this policy very strictly when you register for any of our events.