Top Tips to Prepare for the ACT

ACT Preparation

The ACT is different from the tests you have already taken in school. To ace the test you should understand the grammar rules. Analyzing phrases, sentences, paragraphs, and passages is important. Simply by focusing on some basic tips, you can become more confident to take the ACT.


What Every Student Needs for Final Exams

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Showing up to your calculus final without a calculator is like leaving for the beach without a swimsuit. We want thCheckliste morning of your final exams to be as stress-free as possible, so here’s a handy a checklist to make sure you have everything you need to ace your finals.


Is Test Prep Required for the ACT or SAT?


Despite perennial questions about whether the ACT or SAT can accurately predict a student’s academic potential; even in this era of test-optional admissions and self-reported scores; most colleges and universities require applicants to submit ACT or SAT scores and weight them heavily in admissions decisions.


All About Your AP Scores

AP- Advanced Placement

AP tests are scored on a scale from 1 (low) to 5 (high). Get a 4 or higher, and you may be able to earn college credit without paying college tuition!