The ACT is a 3-hour and 35-minute college admissions exam (or 2 hours and 55 minutes without the optional essay).
Our approach to the ACT is educational; we teach the core concepts in grammar, math, reading, science, and writing that comprise the foundation of material tested on the ACT. After completing our comprehensive program, students are not only prepared to succeed on the ACT but also see improvements across all their academic work.
Throughout our long-term, rigorous ACT program, students will have weekly meetings, complete homework assignments, and take full-length, proctored practice tests, all helping them learn, practice, and master the material. Students reach a deep understanding of ACT’s underlying concepts and develop efficient problem-solving strategies for every type of question on the test.
Contact us to speak to a program consultant to discuss your goals and schedule a diagnostic ACT.
We recommend that students prepare for the ACT for at least a year before taking their first official test. The precise length of our ACT program depends on several factors, including:
Starting in September 2020:
Starting in late fall 2020, ACT will offer a remote proctoring option. Sometime in 2021, students will be able to “retest” individual sections of the ACT.