ACT Boot Camp gives students head start

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  POPLARVILLE – Pearl River Community College’s first ACT Boot Camp on March 22 gave 52 high school students a head start on taking the college entrance exam.
  Dr. Jennifer Seal, a PRCC vice president and ACT prep specialist, led the camp for junior and senior high school students.
  She provided the students with study guides, materials and strategies designed to help them be successful on the test. The same camp was held the following day at the Hancock Center in Waveland.
  Additional camps will be scheduled during the summer and fall semester.
  For additional information, contact Brenda Wells, PRCC director of professional and community development, P.O. Box 5558, Poplarville, MS 39470; 601 403-1379.
Dr. Jennifer Seal, Pearl River Community College vice president for planning and institutional research, conducts an ACT Boot Camp for about 50 high school students on March 22. The camp was also held on March 23 at the PRCC Hancock Center in Waveland.
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