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15 Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources ACT vs SAT: How to Choose (age 12 & up) Choosing the right college entrance exam is challenging but important! Review sample test questions and learn 'facts and hacks' about the ACT and SAT to determine which test will give you the best score! Leave with extensive handouts, a solid understanding of each test, test-taking tips, and test prep strategy. Location: Herbert C. Young Community Center Instructor: Tom Wyrick Fees: $7(R) $10(N) (1 class) 124553 Sat Jul 27 12:30–2:30 p.m. SAT Prep Class— Reading & Math (age 14–17) Improve your score by 100–200 points! Learn SAT math and reading concepts, SAT problem solving, and test-taking strategies. Practice the SAT and build confidence. Class time is equally divided between reading and math per session. PSAT students are welcome to attend to get a head start on preparation. Location: Herbert C. Young Community Center Instructor: Bobby Picha Fees: $199(R) $229(N) (4 classes) 124372 Sat Jun 1–22 2–5 p.m. 124371 Sat Jul 13–Aug 3 2–5 p.m. SPECIAL INTERESTS Look for unique classes for a variety of interests offered just for you! Chess Academy (age 11–17) New to chess? Want to further develop your chess skills? Learn chess fundamentals followed by practice time and review. Up your game! Location: Herbert C. Young Community Center Instructor: Bobby Picha Fees: $39(R) $49(N) (4 classes) 124556 Sat Jul 13–Aug 3 12:30–1:30 p.m. Babysitting Safely (age 11–14) Become a prepared and knowledgeable babysitter! Skills include first aid and safety, CPR overview, how to use an epi-pen, and understanding develop- mental stages. Following a written and skills test, you will receive a completion certificate. Instructor is a registered pediatric nurse. Location: Bond Park Community Center Instructor: Maria Mekeel Fees: $50(R) $65(N) (2 classes) 124361 Tue, Wed Jul 16–17 6:15–8 p.m. Show Me the Money: Finance 101 (age 11–17) Learn the basics of money management: financial goal setting, credit card management, saving and investing, taxes, and net worth. Taught by a Duke graduate with more than eight years of personal finance teaching experience, this class will teach you valuable skills you'll use for the rest of your life. Please bring a calculator. Location: Herbert C. Young Community Center Instructor: Cannon Duke Fees: $17(R) $22(N) (1 class) 124648 Sat Jun 8 1–3 p.m. 124649 Sat Jul 13 1–3 p.m. NEW! ✔ MARK YOUR CALENDAR Class registration begins on May 6 for Cary residents and on May 20 for non-residents. See page 19 for details.

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