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What is the ACT©?
The ACT is a standardized test published by ACT, Inc that, along with the SAT, is used primarily in the college admissions process. The test is comprised of four main sections (English, Math, Reading, and Science Reasoning) and an optional Writing section. Each section is scored from 1 - 36 and the final, composite score is an average of the individual section scores.
How can we help?
The ACT is one of many factors that colleges use in the consideration of applicants. Each college or university weighs various application factors differently. A student’s grade point average, extra-curricular activities, interview skills, among many other abilities will be included as well. The ACT and SAT are often given a strong weight because they represent single, standardized numbers across all states (and the different education standards), economic backgrounds, course difficulty, etc. While GPA can vary based on class difficulty or school district, these standardized tests are scaled to offer both national and state-wide performance percentiles. Our tutors take the importance of this exam as seriously as you do. Several of our programs offer guaranteed score increases. Please take a moment to browse through our programs to see what will best help you prepare.
Customized Individual Study Programs:
We can do anything here. We can start from scratch and review everything, or if you have limited time, quickly analyze your strengths and weaknesses to focus your study on the topics that will have the greatest impact on your score.
Practice Tests and Review:
Sometimes there is no better way to prepare than to simply make yourself familiar with the test format, question style, and the information that will be tested. Each practice test comes with a thorough analysis of topics and strategies that will help you improve and a 1-hour review session with one of our tutors.
Vocabulary Only Program:
Do you feel pretty good about the test but you just need to catch up on your vocabulary? This is the best way to do it. Even better....no flashcards!
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