The ACT is the most popular test nationally and internationally. All colleges accept the ACT. Not all colleges are accepting the new SAT next fall due to the fact that the new SAT (debuted in March of 2016) was made a lot easier and aligned with Common Core. Make sure you protect your student.

As of today, Illinois will not be able to offer a "free" SAT or ACT during the spring of 2018 due to a lack of funds and the elimination of Common Core which required states to use a test to measure schools.


Testimonials


Online Student Angie works from a 24 to a 29

“First of all I would like to thank you for the extremely helpful classes that you put together to help young men and women succeed on their ACT tests. My daughter took the online course as this was most accommodating for her busy schedule. She originally received a score of 24. She then took the online course… She finished the class and got a 29 on the test!!! This is allowing her to qualify for more scholarship money and honors college! Thank you so much!” -Angie's Mom


Colin increases from a 23 to a 29

Thank you for creating the online ACT prep course. My son started the study program right after Christmas break and followed your suggested timeline for working through the course. He took the ACT as a test run in February and scored a 23 composite. In April he took the ACT with his class and achieved a composite score of 29. A six point increase!! While he saw improvement in each area, math is where he saw his biggest improvement by far. I give a lot of credit to my son for being disciplined to stick with the study schedule and follow it through. I know he was able to do so because the course was organized and easy to use. So again, I say thank you!


Online Student Brian improves from a 27 to a 30

“I took your online ACT prep and my math score went from a 26 to a 33!!! 7 points! And my composite went from a 27 to a 30! Thank you so much