The College Advising Corps SAT Prep Program is a free program run through the College Advising Corps with Brown student volunteers, intended for junior and senior high school students from families who cannot afford the expenses of paid tutoring options. These tutoring partnerships are meant to help students build the confidence and skills to perform well on the SAT, as well as offer advice on navigating the college process. College Advising Corps SAT Prep is a group tutoring program. It is located throughout Providence-area high schools and will have an "e-learning" component for students not at our partner high schools.
The classroom program is a series of initiatives spread out around the Providence area. Pairs of Brown student tutors teach a 6-to-8 week SAT course after school in a classroom setting. These classes are sequential and are predicated upon a partnership with the high school, involving a point person who can recruit and coordinate a space for our tutors. As of Fall 2018, we expect to be in at least 10 Providence-area high schools. As our locations are confirmed, we will be updating this description to include high schools that our classroom program currently serves.
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