Spring 2021 - Live Remote Edition

Location: Online
When: Saturdays: June 5, 12 and 19  
Time: 8:00 am - 12:30 pm


Taking any standardized test can be difficult, especially if some time has passed since you last sat in a classroom and were asked to write an essay. 

This remote preparation class offered through Zoom will concentrate on test phobia, technology phobia, standard writing conventions and composition.  Materials will be shared electronically with participants.

The preparation encompasses close reading skills, grammar skills and the mechanics of writing, so participants are ready for both the Reading and Writing exams required for licensure.  A major focus of the class is practicing both multi-paragraph essay writing and the development of summary writing, which are requirements for the Writing exam.

 This 3-day review will offer practice with VTEL style questions and scoring rubrics to allow test takers an opportunity to become familiar with the expectations of each test and the online testing process, and to gain confidence in the ability to do well on the VTEL. 

 Dates:  Saturdays June 5, 12 and 19  

 Live class is held 8 am - 12:30, with writing prompts given for participants to complete in their own time

 Please register below. If you have any questions, email Peter Dewar.