Students can improve ACT scores quickly with study and review. Although our course guarantee offers a 2 point improvement, we have had students improve their scores significantly (greatest improvement) from 14 to 30 with our 30 Hour test prep course. Our students have improved scores to earn scholarships and admission to the schools of their choice. The ACT exam is a straight forward exam that is based on knowledge students learn from school work, however, preparation is needed for students to familiarize themselves with the test, time is needed for academic review, time is needed to learn testing strategies and to build the speed needed for answering more questions correctly.
Students benefit from ACT Prep by reviewing English/Grammar. This knowledge is a necessary and is needed for college success. Students review grammar rules that they may have forgotten or never learned. This knowledge is needed to be able to write course papers for college academic success. Students improve writing skills. As a result of improved English/Grammar, reading skills improve as well. Reading strategies such as main idea, context clues, etc. help students with reading comprehension to improve reading scores.
Because the ACT exam is based upon academic knowledge, students do not have to master any additional strategies such as using logic to answer questions.
1. The Student Essay consists of topics pertaining to high school teenagers. Students can give their viewpoints on topics relating to their school, environment or personal lives. In addition, the essay is optional and may not be a requirement for all schools for admittance.
2. Students are not penalized for incorrect answers. It is okay to guess.
3. Students do not have to learn a massive amount of vocabulary words.
4. Since the ACT exam is based upon academic knowledge, students do not have to master any additional strategies such as using logic to answer questions.
5. The ACT Math Review can help ensure students have the foundation and skill level to master college math By reviewing math concepts, weak areas in math can be identified and students have the opportunity for remediation to help build solid skills for college success.
We recommend that students begin to prepare no later than the summer before the Junior year in high school. Summer is the best time for rising Juniors to prepare since the Junior year will be the most challenging year they have encountered thus far with AP Courses, Physics, Calculus, Trigonometry, etc. classes. Once the student has completed the course, we recommend that they follow up with consistent review and practice of released ACT exams. With time and practice, students can achieve a score of 36!