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February 2023 ACT Science Power Class

This 2-hour review of the ACT Science section will give students the approaches they need to move through the Science section quickly and without getting overwhelmed. We’ll address the most common question types and discuss how to find answers efficiently. Plus, the class is recorded in case you miss the session! An essential look at the Science section for any student taking the test!

The perfect high-level review for last-minute ACT preparation!

  • How to move through passages efficiently
  • Methods for getting to the point and keeping your cool
  • Specific strategies for addressing a variety of question types
  • Class is recorded for future viewing

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ACT Science Power Class
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Date

Feb 09

Time

8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Feb 09
  • Time: 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Cost

$100.00

Location

Online Virtual Classroom
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Evan Wessler

Evan graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Bucknell University with a degree in Biology in 2009. After starting a biomedical sciences PhD program at Harvard University, he decided instead to pursue tutoring and leadership opportunities with Method Learning. Evan’s experience has given him the ability to excel as a top educator at Method Learning, and has helped develop his current responsibilities, which include teaching, managing Method Learning’s team of tutors, developing educational content, and expanding the reach of Method Learning’s private tutoring services.

In his early days, prior to developing a passion for education, Evan aspired to be an astronomer. One of his life goals is to travel the world in hopes of finding inspiration to write a work of fiction. Currently, Evan’s pastimes include listening to and playing music, running, writing, and engaging in political and policy-oriented discussions. A natural planner, Evan lives by the quote, “Previous planning prevents poor performance.”