Classes will meet at Fordham Prep either Monday & Wednesday or Tuesday & Thursday from 3:15 – 5:15 pm.
All students will take the practice tests together. The following dates are set barring any significant changes made to the Fordham Prep calendar.
Practice Test #1 – Wednesday, January 22: 3:15 – 6:45 pm
Practice Test #2 - Wednesday, March 11: 3:15 – 6:45 pm
Monday & Wednesday Class Meetings
- Classes: January 27, January 29, February 5, February 10, February 12, February 24, February 26, March 2, March 4, March 9
Tuesday & Thursday Class Meetings
- Classes: January 28, January 30, February 6, February 11, February 13, February 25, February 27, March 3, March 5, March 10
PREPare Test Prep Staff
PREPare Test Prep staff and instructors are tenured, experienced faculty at Fordham Prep:
Mrs. Jennifer Muller (Coordinator)
MSEd, Fordham University
BA, Pace University
Mrs. Margaret Bratt (Course Instructor)
MA, Columbia Teachers College
BA, Harvard University
Mr. Christopher Hemsley (Course Instructor)
MST, Fordham University
BA, Pace University
Frequently Asked Questions
How often does Fordham Prep offer standardized test prep courses?
2018-19 was the pilot year for PREPare Test Prep. Preparations are underway for additional ACT and SAT course offerings. The schedule for additional courses will be released later this fall.
Who is eligible to take the courses?
PREPare Test Prep courses are exclusively offered to Fordham Prep students only. Register as soon as possible, as we anticipate a significant response for this opportunity run by Prep faculty and staff.
What does Fordham Prep’s standardized test prep courses entail?
Fordham Prep’s PREPare course teaches students strategies for each portion of the SAT, and students take two full-length actual, past SAT tests in their entirety as practice.
When is the best time to take the SAT or ACT?
Students at Fordham Prep are encouraged to take the SAT or ACT no later than the end of their junior year. Taking it by the end of the junior year allows a student time to retake it if he wants to get a higher score. At the end of the year a student will also have just completed another year of English and Math, which will help on the SAT or ACT.
For more information, contact:
Mrs. Jennifer Muller