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Thursday, January 13, 2011

SAT And Other College Test Preparation Classes Available At The Roosevelt Island Youth Program - Also, A Free, Virtual School On Almost Every Subject Offered By The Khan Academy


Are you a high school student preparing for college admission exams? If so, why not take advantage of the additional computer time and test preparations offered at the Roosevelt Island Youth Program (RIYP). From RIYP:
We have extended our Computer Room hours from 3 days a week, to Monday-Fridays From 3-8 PM. We are offering SAT, PSAT, and ACT Prep at the Youth Center. You can make an appointment with Computer Specialist Emmanuel Ynoa by calling the Youth Center at 212-935-3645, or by email at RIYPCS@hotmail.com. the next SAT test date is March12.
Another resource for high school students or individuals of any age to enhance their knowledge and skills is the do-it-yourself-by-You Tube Video classes provided by the Khan Academy. If you haven't yet heard of the Khan Academy, it is:
...a not-for-profit organization with the mission of providing a high quality education to anyone, anywhere.

We have 1600+ videos on YouTube covering everything from basic arithmetic and algebra to differential equations, physics, chemistry, biology and finance which have been recorded by Salman Khan.
More here on the Khan Academy, a free virtual school for the world. What a great idea!



The Khan Academy also provides SAT Preparation Classes. If your a Roosevelt Island high school student and use the Khan Academy videos together with the resources of the RIYP, who knows how high you may score on your exams. Give them both a try.



For those of us past SAT age, there are a whole host of fascinating videos on an incredible variety of topics available at the Khan Academy. In addition to math, physics, chemistry and biology, there are videos on venture capital, the credit crisis, history, economics, banking and a whole lot more   You won't be disappointed. They even have Brain Teasers.

1 comments :

Sat Test Prep Classes said...

Most students who take their Sat TestT review don’t just fail the writing section; they completely bomb it. That’s because one of the biggest Sat Test practice blunders is not taking the writing section of the Sat Test prep seriously.