DON'T OVERPAY FOR YOUR DIPLOMA PREP
University is expensive – gaining an edge to help get there shouldn’t be. Our team of experienced professionals will ensure students learn the core content skills and specific exam techniques to maximize their achievement – and at a fee to class size ratio unmatched by any other service.
RTD exam review courses start at $119 for 16-19 hours over three of four classes. Select courses (such as Math 30-1) will have an instructional aide to assist students individually.
Expertly Designed Courses
RTD Learning instructors are experienced department heads, district curriculum leaders, Alberta Education exam consultants, and textbook authors. We recruit only the top, most highly-respected teachers to lead our reviews - and our team has delivered for Alberta students for five years. Along with subject expertise, expect a stimulating and engaging class experience - we know how to keep students on-task and learning what it takes to rock it on their diplomas.
Our specialized review course booklets are chalk-full of summary notes, exam tips, and question strategies.
Our surveys indicate that students believe their review course with us helped them succeed on the exam.
At RTD we regularly do draws and giveaways – and students who refer their friends are automatically entered! Just have them enter your full name in the “referred by” field when signing up – you’ll automatically be entered!
Of course – you may also win just by attending one of our classes. Select courses will feature draws, so don’t miss out on your chance!
Our classes are held in spacious classrooms to allow students and teachers to interact with ease. For most courses we also provide snacks during the first class.
ROCK THE DIPLOMA ONLINE provides a full slate of diploma prep courses delivered trough an interactive web platform
Once again this semester RTD will be offering online diploma prep courses professionally moderated by the web-based instructional platform GoTo TrainingThese courses will have a live, certified instructor who the students will hear as they work on their multi-media “blackboard” – that students will see right on their screens.