The ACT is now considered to be an equivalent, alternative test to the SAT when it comes to college admissions. The ACT has Math, English, Reading, Science, and Writing sections–each is distinctive in nature (the writing section is optional in some cases, but most schools require it). For some students, this test is a better fit than the SAT.
ACT Preparation begins with a practice test to diagnose areas of strength and weakness, and determine initial score performance level. Our detailed score reports and test analysis determine which content areas require tutoring and prioritize the order in which they should be taught. Next, we identify the target score necessary for a competitive application to the desired school(s). We begin prepping accordingly, regularly assessing progress toward the target score. We believe this is the most efficient way to do test prep.
Course options include:
- One-on-one (customized course)
There is no predetermined number of sessions to prepare for the ACT in a one-on-one context. Some students begin prepping a year or more in advance; others need far less prep time. It is entirely dependent upon the target score goal and the commitment of the student to their program. Homework and practice test load varies. An individualized session plan is designed during a consultation phone call or visit.
- Group Classes