Method Learning will be running a live online 10-hour PSAT class for students at Maryknoll School this Fall!

The class will include the following:

-A customized curriculum based on students’ PSAT results from last year to cover all topics that gave students trouble. The course will also cover general high-level strategies for the critical reading, writing and math sections that help students break into the top-level scores.

-An online virtual classroom that will allow students to see and hear the instructor as well as participate by asking questions and drawing on the virtual whiteboard via computer or tablet. The online format also allows for full recording of all sessions for convenient viewing at any time.

-Access to all of Method Learning’s study packets with guidelines for their best uses. This includes the “Hard Math Packet” that is ideal for students looking to achieve near-perfect math scores.

-Access to Method Learning’s expert instructors at any time via phone and email for questions regarding material covered throughout the class.

Schedule: 2:30 – 4:30 PM on the following dates:

September 10th, 17th, 24th

October 1st, 8th

Cost: $199 per student

About The Instructors

All of MTP’s instructors are extensively trained with the SAT/ACT and take the tests regularly. Most work hundreds of hours per year with students to prepare for the SAT/ACT. They have graduated top universities and are passionate about teaching.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the format of the course?
Students will login via Adobe Connect to hear and see everything the instructor is writing via a virtual whiteboard. There is no additional cost to use Adobe Connect. You can test to see if Adobe Connect will work on your computer by clicking here. 
What are the technical requirements to participate?
Students will be able to complete the course from any computer with an internet connection and speakers. Students can also login via tablet or smartphone with the Adobe Connect app.
Will I be able to interact with the instructor?
Yes. Students will be able to participate and ask questions via microphone or text chat.