Taking the ACT test is an important milestone in a student’s educational career, which is why students should consider investing in our ACT tutoring service here at Education One. So much depends on the results of this exam: What college a student gets accepted into, scholarship opportunities honors program admittance, and even what major a student is qualified to pursue can all hinge on the results of the ACT test.
While the test can technically be taken many times, most highly selective colleges like to see good results from the get-go. With that being considered, it is important to prepare as thoroughly as possible before taking the exam. Students may be coming to us without ever having taken the exam, but many also request ACT prep to improve their current scores. Those who have already taken the exam and are dissatisfied with their scores should not be discouraged but should understand that score improvement will not come without a commitment to some serious studying with an expert tutor and the right ACT practice materials.
Because our tutoring services are personalized, an ACT tutor is able to work directly with your student using the results of our ACT diagnostic test available to you at no cost and no commitment. Foundational work, advanced learning and practice questions are all tailored to what your student needs to learn based on that diagnostic test report. The pace is dependent on the learning pace of the student, and tutors can teach in whatever style best fits the student. This is the most effective way for students to master the ACT.
ACT tutoring provides students with a proven mix of expert tutoring, focused practice questions and realistic practice exams. Practice problem sets are selected by category type and difficulty level for each section of the test to meet the individual student needs. Tutors work with each student on foundation concepts where needed, sample questions to establish proficiency, and advanced material to build expertise.
Practice exams are the most effective route to a clear picture of how students will score on exam day. These timed tests allow tutors to judge a student’s time management skills and refocus on test areas needing additional attention. Full-length simulated exams also help the student reduce test day anxiety, allowing maximum focus on the test material.
Your high school student is busy with many different activities spread across the week. We understand that, and can offer an individualized tutoring schedule to meet your needs. Most Education One centers are open seven days per week, so we help your student prepare for the ACT on weekdays after school or on weekends. If your test date is coming up soon, we can begin an intensive program with several sessions per week. If you’re starting early, a schedule of once or twice per week may work well for busy students.
If you are interested in our ACT tutoring service, call or stop by your local Education One center today, so that your student can learn more and score higher, with Education One.