INFORMATION FOR PARENTS
Welcome to the Navy’s College Test Preparation Program. The test prep program will help high school students increase ACT/SAT test scores – improving academic opportunities and ultimately careers. The Navy is committed to supporting our cadets and believes that education is the key to lifelong success.

Parent FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions from Parents of Students

Experience shows that parent involvement is very important to the program’s success. Please show your student that you are interested in her progress and give her plenty of encouragement.

The best way to help your student is to get involved. Ask your student about his test preparation goals, monitor his progress as he completes the course, and encourage good time management.

Students who know the test have less test anxiety and will perform better, with less stress. Practicing will reduce the “unknowns” on test day.

The choice of whether to take the SAT* or ACT used to be determined by school/region. The SAT is more commonly required by schools in states on the east and west coasts. The ACT is more commonly required by schools in states in the Midwest and the South. Today, however, most schools accept both SAT and ACT scores, which means that students can decide for themselves. However, be sure to check with the schools your child will be applying to in order to ensure they are covered by admissions requirements.

Neither the SAT nor ACT is easier or better, but by getting to know each, students can decide their preference.

The online test preparation courses are free resources for NJROTC cadets.

The student selects either the SAT or ACT button on the homepage of this site and registers for the test preparation course.

Yes; the student’s school will have access to the scores of its participating students. This information will enable the school administrator to monitor students’ progress and performance.

The test preparation courses can be customized to fit the student’s timeline. For the best possible results, students should take the full course, which takes 6 to 8 weeks. If the test date is a month away or sooner, students can choose a short- or medium-length course based on their timeline. The total time of the online course includes about 40 hours of lessons and practice tests.

Yes; the courses are available 24/7 from any computer with Internet access. All work is password protected.

The NJROTC is particularly interested in making these resources available to traditionally under-served students. By identifying your student’s ethnicity, we will be able to generate reports to see how well we are meeting that goal. The student’s name will not be accessible in these reports.

NJROTC cadets at participating schools can take advantage of the online test preparation courses.

*SAT is a registered trademark of the College Board. ACT is a registered trademark of ACT, Inc. The College Board and ACT, Inc. are not involved in the production of, and do not endorse, this product.

Parent FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions from Parents of Students

Experience shows that parent involvement is very important to the program’s success. Please show your student that you are interested in her progress and give her plenty of encouragement.

The best way to help your student is to get involved. Ask your student about his test preparation goals, monitor his progress as he completes the course, and encourage good time management.

Students who know the test have less test anxiety and will perform better, with less stress. Practicing will reduce the “unknowns” on test day.

The choice of whether to take the SAT* or ACT used to be determined by school/region. The SAT is more commonly required by schools in states on the east and west coasts. The ACT is more commonly required by schools in states in the Midwest and the South. Today, however, most schools accept both SAT and ACT scores, which means that students can decide for themselves. However, be sure to check with the schools your child will be applying to in order to ensure they are covered by admissions requirements.

Neither the SAT nor ACT is easier or better, but by getting to know each, students can decide their preference.

The online test preparation courses are free resources for NJROTC cadets.

The student selects either the SAT or ACT button on the homepage of this site and registers for the test preparation course.

Yes; the student’s school will have access to the scores of its participating students. This information will enable the school administrator to monitor students’ progress and performance.

The test preparation courses can be customized to fit the student’s timeline. For the best possible results, students should take the full course, which takes 6 to 8 weeks. If the test date is a month away or sooner, students can choose a short- or medium-length course based on their timeline. The total time of the online course includes about 40 hours of lessons and practice tests.

Yes; the courses are available 24/7 from any computer with Internet access. All work is password protected.

The NJROTC is particularly interested in making these resources available to traditionally under-served students. By identifying your student’s ethnicity, we will be able to generate reports to see how well we are meeting that goal. The student’s name will not be accessible in these reports.

NJROTC cadets at participating schools can take advantage of the online test preparation courses.

*SAT is a registered trademark of the College Board. ACT is a registered trademark of ACT, Inc. The College Board and ACT, Inc. are not involved in the production of, and do not endorse, this product.

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