Test Dates & Registration
Standardized Test/Online Test Registration (SAT/ACT/Praxis/MAT/GRE)
Standardized College Admissions Test Dates, Centers, and Registration Information for 2018
UPCOMING WINTER 2019 SESSION!!
PRAXIS I AND II TEST PREPARATION CLASSES
Our next Praxis I and II test preparation classes for NC, VA, SC, MD, DC, LA, and TN for the Winter 2019 session will take place during the weeks of January 7 - March 16, 2019 Our online and face-to-face classes will prepare students for continuous Praxis assessments during the 2018 Fall II season. Online pre-registration begins December 5, 2018 - January 28, 2019. Late registration may take place on January 30, 2019. A $10.00 late registration fee may apply. You may pre-register online by clicking the "Class Registration" icon located to the left of this webpage to submit your pre-registration form, or you may call (252) 527-8600 or (252) 702-0096 for additional information regarding each class and class seating. The Praxis test prep. online class registration period is currently open at this time. Limited reserve seating is available on a first come, first serve basis. For additional inquiries, send us an email at email@example.com. A student services representative will contact you within 24 hours.
PRAXIS TEST PREP. COURSES AVAILABLE:
Elementary Education Middle School/Secondary School Mathematics
Special Education Business Education
Middle School Specialty Areas School Leadership Series
Counselor Education School Social Worker
Media Coordinator And other Specialty Subject Areas
To register for the official Praxis examination, please visit http://www.ets.org.
SAT TEST PREPARATION COURSE OFFERING
Online and Face-to-Face SAT test preparation classes will begin during the week of January 28, 2019 in preparation for the SAT Test in Reasoning Skills to be given on March 9, 2019. Pre-registration for face to face and online SAT classes will begin January 3, 2019 . You may call the School of Professional Studies at (252) 527-8600 or (252) 702-0096 for more information regarding registration and seating. Pre-register online today!!
To register for the SAT examination, please visit: https://sat.collegeboard.org
ACT TEST PREPARATION COURSE OFFERING
The next ACT test administration is scheduled for April 13, 2019. Test preparation sessions for the ACT are scheduled on an "As Needed" basis beginning February 2019. Contact our office at (252) 527-8600 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for possible class schedule times and dates. Online pre-registration for test preparation session will begin on February 1, 2019. ACT test preparation classes begin on . For the ACT test administration session scheduled for April 13, 2019, test preparation classes will begin during the week of March 4, 2019.
To register or the ACT, visit http://www.act.org/
GRE/ MAT TEST PREPARATION CLASSES
GRE & MAT test preparation class for online and face to face study are provided on a "As Needed" basis. The next GRE test preparation session will take place beginning January 3, 2019. Test preparation sessions will focus on verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning skills for problem solving, and analytical writing. The actual GRE test administration date is February 2, 2019. Contact our professional studies department at email@example.com for more information regarding registering for independent class sessions or you may call student services at (252) 527-8600 or (252) 702-0096. Seating is limited.
Sample GRE Test Assessment (ETS): https://www.ets.org/s/gre/pdf/practice_book_GRE_pb_revised_general_test.pdf
Disclaimer: DeLorge International provides test preparation and coaching assistance to individuals preparing to take state or national certification examinations. Our professional studies school cannot provide a guarantee that participants will pass certification exams or college entrance tests due to test security conditions and test assessment ethics. Various conditions may affect the success rate of each student such as time spent in preparing for examinations, testing environmnental conditions present at the time of the examinations, the physical, psychological, and academic abilities and capabilities of the student, and unpredictable revisions of test assessment items published by state and/or national education testing agencies.