LTWN’s PSAT Workshop is an eight-week long program for students in Grades 7 and 8 looking to improve their test-taking skills on the Verbal section of the PSAT. Through small classes led by passionate educators, students will develop their reading comprehension skills as well as their understanding of relevant grammar conventions. They’ll build studying habits that will serve them in all subjects.
Note: If you are looking to prep for PSAT/NMSQT, our recommendation would be to take the SAT Workshop.
This workshop is designed for 7th and 8th graders looking for help on the Verbal section of the PSAT 8. We will not be discussing the Quantitative section although the test-taking and studying skills covered will help them across the board.
Is your Junior panicking about the PSAT/NMSQT? Although the PSAT tests all cover similar concepts and question types, the exam alters the reading material, question amount, and answer time for each grade level. If you are looking to prepare for the PSAT 9/10 or PSAT/NMSQT, we recommend our SAT workshop.
Students in the PSAT Workshop will learn about:
Students in the PSAT Workshop meet weekly for 75-minutes over Zoom. We’ll also provide all the relevant textbooks and digital testing materials. This semester-long program runs during our Winter/Spring and Summer sessions.
At LTWN, we help your child believe in their dreams and challenge themselves. We teach them to be brave under stress and to persist through difficulties. Through our PSAT Workshop, your child will get the support and encouragement needed to achieve and surpass their academic goals. The lessons they learn will serve them well beyond test day.
And that’s just the beginning! LTWN always watches out for your child and supports parents and students along their academic journeys.
As the late and great Maya Angelou once said, “I did then what I knew how to do. Now that I know better, I do better.” Here at LTWN, we hold Angelou’s words as a flame of truth. We are eager to see what your child can do today so that we may guide them to be their very best tomorrow.