Class 2022

The first pictures our five 2022 students with a graduate of the Class of 2021 on the right, who served as proctor for the final “Practice Test” of the program (Aug. 20). The total for the initial “Diagnostic Test” (July 16) was typically lower than the final test by an average of 92 points.

One of the students went on to take the College Board SAT test Aug. 27 and added another 40 points to the “Practice Test” score, which was 50 points above the “Diagnostic Test” score, showing the benefit of the WWAB program and what practice can accomplish.

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