This unparalleled ACT® test preparation course readies students for all four sections of the ACT® test, plus the optional writing section. Students take official, retired ACT® pre- and post-tests to determine strengths and weaknesses. Qualified instructors work directly with students to work through this comprehensive preparation program. Preparing for the ACT can increase test scores that are important for gaining acceptance into your college of choice and for expanding your scholarship opportunities.
This course is designed to complement area high schools’ preparatory programs.
This program provides 12 hours of instruction in: writing strategies to assist you in the essay part of the ACT® test; orientation to the ACT® and its four parts; opportunity to take diagnostic assessments; instruction in all four areas; test-taking strategies for each of the components and for the entire test; practice with printed materials where test-taking tips can be applied and reinforced and interactive skill drills in deficit areas as measured by the diagnostic test.
Course materials are provided by Cambridge Educational Services, the leader in test preparation.
Establish their own baseline for ACT® testing by completing an official, retired ACT® test
Receive a detailed analysis of their baseline test to understand personal strengths and weaknesses
Learn powerful test-taking strategies for each test section and question type
Gain an understanding of the test structure, question types, and scoring methods for each academic area
Build confidence through interactive skill drills and practice exercises
Complete the course by taking another official, retired ACT® test and receive a final analysis
Last Modified: February 10, 2020