ACT Test Preparation Classes

How to Select ACT Prep Classes?

More than 1.6 million students took the ACT test in 2011. In the past five years ACT has seen a 24.8 % increase in the number of students who take up the ACT test. All the colleges and universities of the 50 states accept the ACT score. In twenty seven states, majority of the students take the ACT test. All the above facts show that ACT is a very competitive test and only a high score can get you a seat in the top colleges/ universities of the country.

There are many options available for the ACT preparation. Online classes, self study, private tutoring and live classes are some of the options. Joining a live course is the best option since tips and strategies to tackle the test are given along with a good coaching for the ACT test.





There are many ACT test preparation classes available. A few points have to be kept in mind before selecting the classes.

  • Schedule of the course
  • Credentials of the trainers
  • Cost of the course
  • Duration of the course
  • Distance of the coaching center from your place
  • Previous results of the students who studied in that coaching class

Here we shall see the reviews of some of the best ACT test preparation classes.

Kaplan Test Prep - http://www.kaptest.com/College/ACT/Instructor-Led/complete-act-prep-classroom-on-site.html?tb=course-structure

Kaplan Test Prep has different types of preparatory courses. This course is a live classroom course. The trainers are experts in ACT training and plan a personalized study schedule for the students. Kaplan guarantees a higher score in the ACT after you take up their course, else they will refund your course fee.
The course consists of 6 comprehensive 3-hour sessions totaling 18 teaching hours. Instructions, group work that is guided by the instructor, independent tasks and fun activities are included in all the sessions. 4 full-length practice tests are administered in conditions similar to the real test.
Your progress, performance and homework reports are given to you and your parents. 1200+ practice questions are available online. Study materials that are comprehensive are also given in this course. This is one of the best ACT test preparation classes.

The Princeton Review - http://www.princetonreview.com/college/act-test-preparation.aspx

The Princeton Review offers two types of ACT test preparation classes.

1. ACT Ultimate

The course is aimed at helping you achieve a complete command over ACT content and the ACT test taking strategies. This course has 30 hours of live instructions and four full-length practice tests. The total number of hours is 46. If you enroll for this course you can access both ACT and SAT online courses of The Princeton Review. Online practice tools can also be accessed and it is also an additional advantage. The course offers a preparation that is comprehensive for all the 5 sections of the ACT test. This is the best course if you want a 27+ score and if you enjoy and work best when you are in a classroom. The course fee starts at $999.

2. ACT Classroom

This course is best suited for those who can work by themselves outside of class as this course focuses more on strategy than on the content. There are 18 hours of live instructions and four practice tests in this course. The course fee starts at $599.

Sylvan Learning - http://tutoring.sylvanlearning.com/sylvan_ACT_test_prep.cfm

The best feature about the Sylvan Learning is that the groups for the courses are small and this makes it possible to give personal attention to each of the students. They help you get a high score by increasing your skills and confidence levels. They offer 24 hours of lecture classes and 2 practice tests that are timed. If you require special attention and tutoring in a specific subject, that is also available at Sylvan Learning.

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