ACT Tutoring

As an alternative to the SAT, ACT is the second most common college admissions exam in the U.S. A good score on the ACT can mean scholarships for college-bound students as well as admission into top schools of their choice. That’s why it’s important for students to adequately prepare for this test and score as high as they possibly can! Although there are many ways that students traditionally prepare for the ACT including independent study and group classes, one-on-one tutoring provides the best preparation because of its guided, individualized approach.

ACT Strategies for Success

Our ACT tutors knows the tools of the trade. They help students learn to manage the short time they are given on the test, so they can relax and answer the questions with a clear mind. Our tutors share their knowledge about the structure of the test and teach proven test-taking strategies such as how to eliminate answers to make the best answer easier to find.
While working with our expert tutors, students also learn how to write a top-notch ACT essay in the allotted thirty minutes—one that will gain high marks from the ACT essay scorers. They also help students learn the techniques needed to manage the time limits in the reading section, so they won’t run out of time, but instead, make the most of every minute.

All Round Improvement in Scores

Enrolling your student in our ACT tutoring program will not only help with the reading and writing sections of the test, but also will improve his or her math section scores, too. We make students aware of the specific math skills that are tested, especially the large amount of geometry and algebra, help them acquire and practice these skills, and teach them to leverage their prior knowledge and test-taking strategies to attack those questions with confidence and focus. Our ACT tutors also help students with the grammar section of the test. Our tutors know what types of questions frequently appear, and they help students understand the theory behind the grammar, mechanics, and rhetorical questions on the test.