Can you study for the ACT? Many parents and grandparents ask me this question when I talk about my job as an ACT tutor. I wanted to take a moment not only to discuss this question but give you a resource for how to study for the ACT.
Since becoming an ACT tutor, I have found that many people in my generation or my parents' generation never really studied for the ACT. They took it once and that was it. The ACT is not an IQ test or blood test, so you can study for it. In fact, students who study for the ACT do better than those who do not. You are not only preparing for the ACT but also reviewing for college courses.
I was lucky
I was lucky because my high school offered after school courses that covered the ACT subjects. I was able to attend the math part a week before I took the ACT. I wasn't able to take the other courses though. I did better on the math part than on all the other tests.
I am offering you a free learning plan that will help you study for the ACT. With this plan, you not only will be able to do better on the ACT but in your everyday studies as well. I believe that as you apply the ACT strategies to your everyday school work the more prepared you are for college.
What you will get
With this study plan, you will learn how to use note cards to learn new skills in reading, English, math, and science. Reading will become easier as you learn how to interact with the reading by asking yourself basic questions along with higher level thinking questions. Writing will become error-free as you learn common errors in English and how to fix them. Math will become easier as you learn how to conquer Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry. Science will become fun again as you learn to pick out the necessary information and apply it to the questions.
Please get your free offer now!!
If you like what you see, fill out the form below to get your free study plan. It will come in a series of emails over the next few days. Before you know it, the ACT will be easier and your test anxiety will go away.
My name is Stena Schmitt.
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