Friday, 04 October 2013 10:36

CAPTAIN, Capital District Consulting Offer Affordable SAT Prep Course

By Staff Report | Education

CLIFTON PARK — CAPTAIN is proud to offer SAT Prep with Capital District Consulting, a company whose mission is self-improvement.


Thirty percent of the course fee will be donated to CAPTAIN programs and services. SAT Prep will specialize in strategies and techniques that all students should know before taking the SAT. The stated goal of the course is to prevent test anxiety and to fully prepare students to perform at their best on both the math and English portions of the exam. Colleges often base scholarships on a combination of grades and SAT scores, so underperforming on the test can cost you and your family thousands of dollars in lost scholarships. Most colleges use the SAT scores in admission decisions. Get into the college you want by earning the score you are capable of achieving. 

Visit and register today. The course fee is $199.99 and classes will run from 7-9 p.m. on October 15, 17, 22, 24, 29 and 31. Classes will be held in the conference room of CAPTAIN Youth and Family Services in Clifton Park, located at 5 Municipal Plaza—Suite 3. Scholarships are available for students in need.  

Call Larry Silverman at (518) 469-0259 with any questions. For those with questions about CAPTAIN, visit Those wishing to speak to a CAPTAIN Representative may also call (518) 371-1185.


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