Life Skills and Career Opportunity (ACT Prep)
This course will help prepare students to take the ACT (American College Testing). The ACT is the standard test for measuring high school achievement and college admissions in the United States. High scores help ensure acceptance into student�s college of choice and are required for many scholarship applications. The ACT is widely used in the Midwest and Southern United States while the SAT is more popular on the East and West coast. This class will focus on improving student performance on the ACT including the essay portion which is required by many colleges and universities; however, it will also be useful for those planning to take the SAT. It is derived from the Life Skills and Career Opportunity JROTC course. As a JROTC course, it will contain traditional elements of history, science, current events, and personal wellness. However, all elements of the course will focus on reviewing critical skills and support the development of study, testing strategies and writing skills with the goal of improving ACT scores. Each student will take a practice ACT test to confirm improvement. Although a JROTC course, uniform wear and Air Force grooming standards are not mandatory for first term JROTC students.
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