[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Depending on what college you want to attend, a certain ACT or SAT score will be required to get in. Every college and university accepts both tests and treats them equally, so it’s up to you to decide which one is better for you. It’s recommended to take both a practice SAT and a practice ACT […]
It’s more common than you would think. You’ve studied, you’ve prepped, but when it came to game time, the SAT was harder than you gave it credit for. And your scores weren’t what you hoped they would be. The SAT is a tough test and it’s designed to be. First of all, it’s a timed […]
Congratulations to ACT student Ashley B. from Lewisville, Texas – she scored a 33 on the April ACT – up 2 points from her December ACT and a full 6 points from the start of her program. Way to go Ashley! Private ACT tutoring works.
Of the four major areas our tutors cover in ACT tutoring programs (Content, Consistency, Timing, Test-Taking Skills), ACT time/pacing is often the most difficult for students to grasp. ACT Reading timing is one of the biggest issues we handle. The ACT test is fast-paced, and the creators craft test sections that will challenge the timing of even […]
Congratulations to ACT student Taylor T. from Frisco, Texas – she increased her ACT composite score by 5 points from her September ACT and a full 6 points from her diagnostic test! All of her section scores went up – 4 points in English, 3 points in Math, 5 points in Reading, and 6 points in […]
Which test do colleges prefer – SAT or ACT? There used to be an idea that some colleges preferred the SAT and that some preferred the ACT. Although a handful of colleges are moving away from college admissions tests entirely, at this point in time every accredited 4-year US college and university accepts both the […]