Tutoring – ACT Prep
What is the ACT? The ACT is a national college admissions test measuring knowledge and understanding in English, Reading, Math, and Science, with an optional Writing assessment. The results from this test are accepted by all four-year colleges/universities in the United States and are used as part of the admissions process.
For info on ACT Prep for your student, scroll down to find your student’s level.
Educational Advantage doesn’t start ACT prep until 6th grade, however it is never too young to ensure that your child is performing at grade level!
At any time, you can bring your student in to be assessed in one or all core subject areas. We use third party testing that provides comparable data to other students of the same age throughout the nation. Educational Advantage does not produce their own assessment testing. Once we have the results, we can identify areas for improvement and develop a program tailored to your child’s needs.
Middle/Junior High School
Educational Advantage starts ACT prep in 6th grade. While students won’t take the official ACT until their 10 or 11th grade year, we have found that students who start young have sufficient time to prepare without cramming and see improved scores.
Our program is not a one size fits all; rather, it is tailored to the aptitude of the student in each of the four testing areas: English, reading, math, and science. In other words, your student may be in a level one for math, but a level two for English.
Student move through three levels before entering their junior year ACT prep.
In an ideal world, students would begin ACT prep in 6th grade. Because this isn’t realistic for all students, we offer a variety of ACT programs.
Our program is not a one size fits all; rather, it is tailored to the aptitude of the student in each of the four testing areas: English, reading, math, and science. Students may be placed in one of three levels for each subject. Because not all students have time on their side, we also offer a more general ACT prep course that takes students through all the subjects preparing them through practice tests, strategies and techniques, apps, reading programs, and much more. These courses are typically 16-20 sessions are can be scheduled with a small group or privately.
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