ACT Preparation

The American College Testing (ACT) is a multiple-choice standardized test administered by ACT Inc. designed to measure high school achievement and support college admissions in the United States.

Courses are offered in different sites at specific times of the year. However, we specialize in designing courses for schools or teams that have a number of students who are looking at going to American universities or colleges. The dates, times and content of these courses are determined by the needs of the individuals or group. These courses can be taught anywhere, provided that arrangements are made in advance. Certain times of the year require more advanced notice to prepare the course.

General Course Objectives:

During this course students are given an opportunity to:

  • examine the content of the ACT test
  • - knowledge and curricular expectations
  • - kinds of questions asked
  • - how it is organized
  • - terms and concepts used
  • - how it is timed and scored
  • develop strategies of test taking that apply only to the ACT test
  • write a practice test
  • determine individual need areas which will require greater focus when preparing for the test
  • design personal study schedules and time management techniques
  • work on specific areas of concerns under the guidance of specialized ACT teachers