Upcoming Free Events


Free Online Classes

All times are in EST (New Jersey time)

Register for as many classes as you like; you do not need to be a library member to attend these online classes.

Wednesday, January 19, 7-8 PM 
SAT, PSAT, & ACT Grammar

Learn advanced grammar that they don’t teach in school with Anna Moss, author of Mind the Test: SAT Study Guide.

Thursday, January 20, 7-8 PM
SAT, PSAT, & ACT Math: Top 3 Strategies

Learn the top three strategies for SAT, PSAT, and ACT Math to improve accuracy, save time, and raise your score. 

Register with the Collingswood Library 
Tuesday, January 25, 7-8 PM
SAT, PSAT, & ACT Math: Practice solving challenging algebra problems

Review the top 3 math strategies and apply them to challenging practice SAT/ACT problems.

Wednesday, January 26, 7-8 PM
SAT, PSAT, & ACT Grammar: Practice solving tricky grammar questions

Review key grammar tips and practice solving challenging SAT/ACT grammar problems.

Register with the Camden County Libraries (GRAMMAR)
Sunday, February 6, 12:15-1:15 PM
How the Brain Learns: Hack Your Brain & Learn Anything

Did you know that the human brain forgets 50% of what it learns within just 24 hours? Find out how the brain learns—and fails to learn—in this fascinating class, and learn how you can harness the power of your own brain to study for any test, from high school to college and beyond. This class is aimed at upper-middle and high school students, but college students, teachers, and parents/guardians are welcome!

Register with the Haddonfield Library
Saturday, February 12 and 19, 11:30-12:30
Test Prep Saturdays: Math & English Rhetorical Skills
Register with the Fort Lee Library (MATH)
Register with the Fort Lee Library (ENGLISH RHETORICAL SKILLS)


Every Tuesday, February – April, 5-5:45 PM
Test Prep Tuesdays: A 10-Week FREE Course!
A different focus in each 45 min lesson, every Tuesday for 10 weeks of strategies.
Register with the Delaware Libraries 

About Us

Anna Moss tutor

Anna Moss

MPhil Psychology & Education, University of Cambridge
BA (Honors) Linguistics, University of Chicago

Anna has dedicated her life to empowering learners by teaching test prep and academics paired with lifelong research-based study skills. 

After years of teaching test prep and English all around the world, she followed her passion for the science of learning to the University of Cambridge, where she researched how to improve educational equity via linguistic dialect-sensitivity on the SAT.



The explanations and lessons are very comprehensive, breaking everything down so that one can learn the most efficient methods for each type of question.

Student from intensive SAT boot camp in anonymous post-class survey

Mrs. Moss has her unique way to teach English….Her class is mind-blowing and highly effective, and my kid loves her teaching style.

Z. Tan, Parent of student in  Reading/Writing learning pod

The teacher is amazing and will understand problems that need to be resolved.

Student from intensive SAT boot camp in anonymous post-class survey

My kid really likes her classes and looks forward to them each week.

X. Jing, Parent of student in SAT learning pod

I had a lot of fun, and it was really nice coming in here every day.

Student from SAT summer camp in anonymous post-class survey