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Posted on: February 9, 2017

Your Lewis & Clark Library to Offer Free ACT Study Group


Your Lewis & Clark Library to Offer Free ACT Study Group


February 9, 2017 (Helena, MT)—Your Lewis & Clark Library is pleased to announce the addition of a free ACT Study Group during March and April.


The ACT study group is for students in high school who wish to get a jump on this standardized test. The group will meet on consecutive Wednesdays in March and April, with two optional study sessions in the weeks prior to the ACT test’s administration in the Helena School District on April 17.

This study group is free for teen participants and will be hosted by Lewis & Clark Library Teen Services Librarian Heather Dickerson. Dickerson explains that the study group “will use library resources, free online tools, and access the official Peterson’s ACT Prep Guide using Lewis & Clark Library’s Education and Test Prep database.”

Participants should bring writing materials, a calculator, and/or a laptop computer.  The Library will have a small number of computers for participants to use, but Dickerson encourages participants to bring their own laptops if possible.

The study group will discuss test strategies, complete sample questions, and experience a full practice test. Dickerson explains that “this is a unique and free opportunity for high school students to gear up for the ACT in a supportive environment.”

The ACT Study Group will meet: March 8, 15, 22, 29 April 5, 12 from 4-5 pm in the Large Meeting Room at the library.

Please register to attend this study group! Stop by the Information Desk or call 447-1690.


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