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Placement Test Strategies Workshop 2013


ARE YOU TAKING THE PLACEMENT TEST?

GET ON TRACK FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS
ATTEND A FREE 60 MINUTE PLACEMENT TEST STRATEGIES WORKSHOP




MARCH
Taylorsville Redwood Campus
Wednesday, Mar 6 12:00 pm STC Parlor A
Tuesday, Mar 12 4:00 pm STC 225
Monday, Mar 18 4:00 pm STC 225
Thursday, Mar 21 12:00 pm STC 225
Tuesday, Mar 26 4:00 pm STC 223
Jordan Campus
Thursday, Mar 14 12:00 pm Student Pavilion 204
South City Campus
Thursday, Mar 28 12:00 pm W 140

For more information, please visit
www.slcc.edu/testing or contact

Academic and Career Advising Services
801-957-4978

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