Enroll in our SAT Prep Program

Designed for 15-18 year old who want to raise their SAT scores, Greensboro’s SAT Prep program builds students’ confidence through individualized SAT goals, test taking tips and strategies and experienced teachers guiding the way.  


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4 Weeks

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What is Greensboro's sat Preparation course?

Greensboro College’s SAT Preparation course has been designed to help you prepare to take the SATs and increase your test score. This campus-based program was designed by two teachers whose combined experience consists of more than 60 years in the classroom. It is specifically for 15-18-year-olds. Enrolling in Greensboro College’s online SAT Prep course is proven to help students increase their SAT test scores, which, in turn, can gain students entry into specific schools and programs as well as potentially earn them thousands of dollars in merit scholarships. 

“The Greensboro College SAT preparation class came highly recommended to me by a close friend as a way of maximizing my SAT score and helping realize my full potential."

– Billy Spicer

“The SAT program was by far the best test prep I did before taking the exam. I felt the instructors were genuinely there to help me and honed in on areas I specifically needed to improve. After the program, I was confident in my ability to perform on the real exam and was well within the range of the top five colleges I applied to."

– Ava Milholin

Program information


Spring Class: Sundays, 2-5 p.m. Feb 12, 19, 26 and March 5

Cost and inclusions

The price for the Greensboro SAT Prep Program is $500.

Included in the price are: Instructions and materials

Program Benefits

The benefits to this program are:

  • A collaborative, classroom setting
  • Develop personal goals for SAT scores based on students’ individual college choices
  • Build confidence with test-taking tips and strategies
  • Enjoy a co-teaching method that allows for both group and individualized discussion
Suzanne Suddarth, director of The Center for Innovation and Workforce Development at Greensboro College

If you have questions about our SAT prep program or wish to register, please contact Suzanne Suddarth, MA., director of the Center for Innovation and Workforce Development at Greensboro College.

336-272-7102, ext. 5760