Our ACT Course Method
Our ACT classes are a great way for students to learn the necessary content, tips, hints, and crucial strategies to succeed in upcoming ACT tests. Rather than taking a test during class, we will have the students come to class with the test already completed. That way, we can spend more class time working on improving and mastering skills. During our classes, students will receive an in-depth analysis of their current testing skills with recommendations about what to work on in the future.
Our maximum class size is 15 students. This ensures that each student receives the individual attention they need while still being motivated by their peers around them. Read more below about our current and upcoming ACT classes!
We have developed our own method of analyzing each student's strengths and weaknesses. We use our own book that covers every aspect of the ACT. We work on content knowledge and test-taking skills. We follow up with educational tools, PowerPoint slides, and additional handouts. Students are never bored as each one learns on his or her own level.
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Upcoming ACT Classes
July ACT Summer Camp
Our July ACT Summer Camp offers 20 hours of classroom time through a 1-week program. Each student in this course will receive an individual analysis of his/her ACT skills. This analysis will pinpoint the exact areas we need to focus on to see a 3-4 point score improvement.
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July ACT Boot Camp
Our July ACT Boot Camp offers 8 hours of classroom time through a 2-day program. Each student in this course will receive an individual analysis of his/her ACT skills. This analysis will pinpoint the exact areas we need to focus on to see a 3-4 point score improvement.
This Boot Camp is held on Saturday, June 29th AND Saturday, July 6th from 9 AM - 1 PM. The English and Reading sections will be covered on Day 1. The Math and Science sections will be covered on Day 2.
Our Recent Class Results
Here are the results from our most recent ACT course! Out of the 19 students in the course, these are the 10 students who completed all assigned homework and practice tests. The other 9 students had similar success but were not included because of the lack of composite score due to incomplete homework assignments.