Southeast’s ACT Exam Preparation provides a systematic review of the ACT components: Math, Science, English and Reading.
First, you’ll learn how the ACT test is formulated, what type of questions to expect, and how to use that to formulate a test taking strategy. Second, you’ll review what rules and formulas apply for each subject area—bringing that information into focus. Third, you’ll take a real ACT test to put what you’ve learned into practice. Fourth, you’ll receive additional past ACT tests to practice at home. Finally—and most importantly—you’ll gain confidence in your preparedness and abilities when taking the actual ACT exam.
- Familiarize with ACT test format
- Learn ACT test-taking strategies
- Brush up on the ACT test sections: Math, Science, English & Reading
- Experience taking actual ACT tests
- Build confidence in your knowledge & abilities
Four three-hour reviews cannot take the place of learning Science, Math, Reading and English throughout high school. It can make you better prepared to use the knowledge you’ve acquired.
With Vicki Helderman, June 2, 6-9 p.m.
With Vicki Helderman, June 4, 6-9 p.m.
With Dr. Dale Haskell, June 9, 6-9 p.m.
With Sandra Newsome, June 11, 6-9 p.m.
Southeast’s ACT Exam Preparation is quite a bargain compared with Kaplan’s ACT classroom review for $599, The Princeton Review with a $795 price tag, or Sylvan Learning Center’s 24-hour group preparation at $495.
The registration for review of all four subjects (12 hours) is $75. An individual subject review (3 hours) is $25.
ACT Test Prep
Practice and prepare for one of the biggest exams you’ll take in your high school career.