Learn How to Be a Test Performer

Schools do not teach you HOW to take tests; they just give them to you. This program will teach you how to become a better test performer by focusing on the ACT. Your improvement will be based on the amount of effort you put into it. There are no guarantees. However, if you get out of it what over 20,000 other students have, then you will not only maximize your ACT composite score, but you will do better on tests and quizzes in high school and later in college.

Reading #1: Start Now

All standardized test center around reading. Learn the three basic rules to increasing reading comprehension as well as what NOT to do on the ACT Reading test.

Reading #2: Questions & Choices

The ACT reading material changes every test, but the wording of the questions is consistent. Learn how to take advantage of those patterns to be more efficient and effective when answering questions.

Reading #3: Transitioning

Number one reason students do not do maximize their performance on the ACT is that they do not finish. Transitioning is critical to stay on pace. Learn how to move effectively between passages.

Reading #4: Self-Assessing Patterns

Honesty is so important when training for anything, including the ACT. Learn how to identify patterns in your practice to self-assess where you are at so you know how to go forward.

Reading #5: Split Passage

Due to declining reading levels among high school students, the ACT slightly altered the reading test by converting one part to a passage split. Learn how to take advantage of this change.

English #1: Patterns

It is impossible to test the entire English language on the ACT. Learn which patterns are the most frequent on the test, so you can maximize your score.

English #2: The Writing Option

Learn a proven approach to maximize your writing score as well as the RIGHT perspective on this optional portion of the ACT.

English #3: Maintaining Focus

The younger generation has grown up with so much technology that the ability to focus for extended periods of time creates problems on standardized tests like the ACT. Learn how to develop long-term focus.

English #4: Balance

English passage scores should be consistent. Learn how to maintain balance to achieve a higher score.

English #5: Quick Review

This session serves as a review of the previous four sessions. Learn how to best connect those concepts.

Math #1: Basic Rules

Learn the five basic rules necessary to effectively approach the math test.

Math #2: Simplifying Harder Questions

Looks can be deceiving and this is especially true with harder math questions. Learn how to use basic Algebra and Geometry to solve more “advanced” problems.

Math #3: Making Examples

Making examples on variable-based questions is a great strategy to use on more challenging questions. Learn how to do this quickly and easily.

Math #4: Tricky Questions

The ACT math test contains a lot of reading that tends to create issues for many students. Learn how to break down tricky questions with simple concepts.

Math #5: Dry Run

This session gives students the opportunity to develop a feel for the length of the ACT math test and receive detailed explanations of the answers. In sports, we would call this a practice scrimmage.

Math #6: Dry Run with Bubbling

This session builds off the previous session by adding bubbling to give students an even more realistic feel. In sports, we would call this an expedition scrimmage.

Science #1: Basic Rules

Most students fear the ACT science test. Learn three basic rules to make the fearful joyful.

Science #2: Types of Passages

The ACT science test has an unpredictable layout. Learn how to quickly identify features to utilize the best approach for each passage.

Science #3: Transitioning

Science has the most movements and they tend to be challenging. Learn why so you do not fall into potential traps.

Science #4: Conflicting Viewpoint

This passage is not like the others. Learn how to approach this one effectively.

Science #5: Six Passage Layout

Like the reading test, the science test was made easier due to lower reading levels. Learn how to take advantage of the easier layout.