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Welcome to our student page! Here you can sign in to the student portal to access the ACT course and start preparing for your exam. Explore this page to get more information about the test and some helpful tips on how to ace your exam.

What is the ACT?

The ACT is a multiple-choice test covering mathematics, English, science, reading, and an optional writing section. The test is directly related to things you learn in your high school and assesses your skills while prepping to get into college. Your ACT composite score is one of the main things colleges and universities look at when reviewing your admission applications.

Why take the ACT test?

Most colleges and universities, including Ivy League schools, require a specific ACT score before offering you admission. Getting a good score opens the doors to several college scholarship opportunities. Additionally, schools use ACT scores to make placement decisions.

How do I register for the ACT?

You can register for the ACT at ACT.org. You will need to create an account on the site using a valid email address. After that, you will have to register for a test date before you can write the exam. Furthermore, you will need your credit card, headshot photo, and course details to complete the registration.

Five tips to crush your ACT
  • Get familiar with the ACT by reading the practice booklet, knowing the subjects and topics covered in the exam, and taking several practice tests.
  • Learn time management before the test day. This will help you know how much time you should be spending on each question.
  • For the mathematics test, develop a consistent strategy for tackling each question. Also, you should go to the test venue with an ACT-approved calculator.
  • For the reading test, you need to learn how to read fast, identify key ideas, and form answers to the questions before looking at available answers.
  • For the science test, learn to find relevant information and answer questions without bogging down into the passage details.

Do you have questions about ACT or how to prepare for the exam? Please, get in touch with us now. We’ll be happy to provide answers to all your questions.