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Interpreting your PSAT scores.. and the critical next steps... Webinar

The PSAT, Test Prep and the college admission process.

Each year the PSAT scores come out and there is always some confusion.. 
What do they mean? 
Are ours good?
Do the scores count?
What do colleges look at? 

A few years ago I started to offer this online webinar as a way to provide up to date, simple information that would be useful to not only parents of students that we've prepped at mAke the grADe, but alsothe community at large.  

So please feel free to attend either or both (the content is the same) of these presentations… and share this with your friends, neighbors and other connections.   

Registration URL: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/1724288566237286144

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Join this webinar and learn: 

What do the PSAT scores mean?
Where does my child rank given their results?
What is the next step?
What are you option for SAT / ACT prep?
When do we start the college prep / admission process? 

Plus Q / A 

Tuesday Dec 18 8pm 

Registration URL: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/1724288566237286144

Questions: 215 540 8378 or email.

Dr Steven Greene
www.makethegrade.net

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Dr Steven Greene December 21, 2012 at 12:29 PM
NOTE: since the PSAT scores were not distributed until Dec 18th, this webinar has been rescheduled for Tuesday Jan 8th. The registration link is the same (above)

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