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Our instructors will help you get the score you want through effective strategy and practice.

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Over 99+ video tutorials, additional drills and 11 practice tests to sharpen your skills and help you ace your test.

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Our instructors will help you get the score you want through effective strategy and practice.

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When should I take the ACT?

Most high school students take the ACT, SAT, or both during the spring of their junior year or fall of their senior year. It's important to leave time to re-take the test if you need to raise your score before you apply to college. The ACT exam is offered nationally every year in September, October, December, February*, April, June, and July*. 


ACT Basics

ACT Length: 2 hrs, 55 minutes (+40 minutes if taking writing)

ACT Sections:

- English

- Math

- Reading

- Science

- Writing (optional)

Cost: $150 USD (+$16.50 with Writing)

Score Format: Each section is scored out of 36. The writing section is scored out of 12.

On the Writing Test, students are given a single prompt which provides context, as well as three perspectives on the issue raised in the prompt. The student is then asked to analyze the perspectives, develop his or her own opinion, and explain how that opinion relates to the perspectives given.


The ACT is a standardized test admissions officers use to compare applicants from different schools and different states.Here's a brief overview of the test. Created by ACT Inc., the ACT is an entrance exam used by most colleges and universities to make admissions decisions.
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