Below are some frequently asked questions.
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We have been running review classes for more than 20 years. Students who take our courses come back for a number of reasons:
Less Stress – Our students tell us how comfortable they feel after attending a review course, cram session, or with our private tutors. With our regents and AP review courses, our students reveal that they “learn more in the six-hour course than all year long,” and they feel more confident than they would if they just studied on their own.
Better Teachers – We have found that it takes a certain type of teacher to make a day spent learning on the weekend worthwhile. Even teachers who have come highly recommended and are loved by students in the classroom do not always translate to success in a one-day six-hour setting. We constantly gather feedback on all of our teachers and only retain those who garner overwhelmingly glowing reviews.
Comfort and Convenience – Classes are conveniently located on Long Island’s North Shore at LIU Post University. Rooms are equipped with smartboards and wifi and are spacious and air conditioned.
Having taught both, we feel that one-day reviews are more effective. Here’s why: In a six-week course, by the time students get to the last class in May or June, many already forget what was covered at the start in March or April. For students, the last few weeks of school are jam-packed with so much new information and other ongoing exams that they understandably don’t retain information from months earlier. In a one-day class, each important topic is covered as close to the regents or AP exam as possible.
Courses run from 9am to 3pm. We ask that students arrive between 8:30 and 8:45am to allow time to sign in, find their classroom/seat and get settled. The day is divided into five or six “periods.” There is a 10-minute break between each period and a half-hour for lunch. Each period tackles a different subject. For example, in Earth Science different periods might be astronomy, weather, and earth’s history. If you would like more detailed information on what is covered in a specific course, please give us a call.
Students should bring a bag lunch to the review. Water fountains and vending machines are available, but the campus cafeteria is closed during May and June.
Students should bring a notebook, calculator (if applicable), and any reference materials they have. We will supply all of the necessary review materials to ensure a successful and aced exam.
We have found that it doesn’t happen often, but in case of emergency we will provide a refund.
Classes do fill up and close. We recommend signing up online. If we have space the morning of, we are happy to accommodate.
All Ace The Regents instructors are New York State-certified and highly qualified. Each professional puts in time and effort to create an interesting, interactive curriculum, which assures that spending a beautiful Saturday or Sunday in June indoors in a classroom is time well spent.
Yes, for regents exams; A single regents review class is $175 and additional classes are $150 each. Due to typical smaller class sizes, AP review classes are $195 each.
Yes, for regents exams; Similar to multiple-class discounts, the first sibling fee would be $175 and the additional sibling would be charged $150, as would all subsequent classes.