- The ACT Prep Class
- Schedule & Locations
- Payment Options
- Make Up Classes
- Former Students
- Online Video Class
|Live ACT Prep Class Fees|
|All 4 Subjects||14 sessions||$475|
|Reading only||4 sessions||$140|
|English only||3 sessions||$110|
|Math only||4 sessions||$140|
|Science only||3 sessions||$110|
|$25 savings off the $500 total when doing all 4 subjects!|
WE REWARD PERFECT ATTENDANCE! Students that attend all 14 sessions (including make-up classes) will receive a $20 Perfect Attendance refund check on the last day of class. Students are welcome to make-up classes during the following two seasons and those make-ups do count toward perfect attendance.
Payment is not due until the first day of class. Payment can be made by doing any of the following:
Student can simply bring a check to class on the first day. The check should be made out to Better Prep Success.
For those that prefer to pay with a credit or debit card, we now have an online payment system which can be found below. Payment can be made whenever you like before the first day of class.
Please do not have your student bring a credit or debit card to class expecting to pay for the class as Jason cannot process it at the class location.
The following are special rebates that can be used toward any of our Live ACT Prep classes.
$25 off for a student who has already taken our ACT Prep classes.
$25 off per sibling when taking our ACT Prep classes during the same season.
$25 off for a student who had an older sibling take our ACT Prep classes.
If paying on the first day of class with a check, please attach a copy of the rebate to the check and subtract the rebate amount from the total.
The rebate must be turned in on the student’s first day of class.
If a parent forgot to deduct the rebate amount when paying with a credit card prior to the first class, then the rebate amount will be refunded to the credit card after the rebate is turned in on the student’s first day of class.
Restrictions and Limitations
Only the sibling same time rebate is allowed to be combined with another rebate. No other rebates or coupons can be combined. The total rebates a student may use is two.