A student’s ACT score is key in determining their eligibility for college scholarships and admissions. A higher score can mean thousands of additional dollars towards their college education, and in some cases a free ride!
Prepare to excel with the ACT & College Preparation Course for the Christian Student, written by Dr. James P. Stobaugh, an experienced ACT/SAT grader, graduate of Harvard and Rutgers, as well as Princeton and Gordon Conwell seminaries. With these 50 devotion-based lessons, Stobaugh expects “Christian students should score 4-5 points higher on the exam.”
Whether used over the course of a year or in 50 days, high school teens will:
• Master stress reduction techniques and test-taking skills
• Complete exercises designed to hone their English, Mathematics, Reading,
and Science skills
• Strengthen essay skills for the optional writing portion of the exam
• Develop and strengthen their faith in God and the authority of His Word.
This preparation course beautifully combines appropriate lessons and character devotions into a resource that will completely prepare a student’s mind, body, and soul for this very important test. It is all of these parts combined that make this the most complete guide to successfully preparing
for the ACT.
A free downloadable workbook is also available to accompany this resource at nlpg.com/ACTwkbk.
Perhaps you’re planning to prepare for the SAT test instead? Or planning to take both? We’ve got you covered! Check out the SAT & College Preparation Course for the Christian Student also authored by Dr. James P. Stobaugh. This preparation course also includes a devotional aspect as well as Scripture meditation and memorization.
Over the next few years, Dr. James Stobaugh and Master Books® will be releasing additional titles to assist the home and private school educator in teaching history and literature. Master Books®, an imprint of New Leaf Publishing Group, is the world’s largest publisher of creation-based material for all ages; including apologetics, homeschool resources, reference titles, and quality children’s literature.