In partnership with The Princeton Review, UNC Charlotte Extended Academic Programs offers the ACT and SAT exam prep courses at a discounted rate!

To view prices, dates, and register, visit or call 1-888-968-7365. To receive the UNC Charlotte discount, visit the web link above, and use the promotional codes for the appropriate program.


  • Online or Classroom formats available
  • Critical test-taking techniques
  • Realistic testing practice with proctored exams
  • Drills and homework assignments to practice outside class

Course Features:

  • Hours: 18 hours of in-person or online instructor-led prep
  • Practice Tests: 4 proctored tests
  • Study Tools: Access to additional video lessons and online practice drills

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Who should take this course?

The ACT and SAT Exam Prep Courses are ideal for students that need an intensive preparation program. The condensed format is intensive and requires students to continue to practice their skills in the weeks and months leading up to the exam. Students are expected to actively participate in class.

Students generally take the ACT and SAT exams during their junior year of high school. These courses are ideal for rising juniors that may be taking the test for the first time and for those high school students that have already taken the exam but wish to improve their score.

For more detailed information about exam dates, please visit The ACT program | SAT College Board

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