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Find ACT preparation resources including practice tests, study guides, flash cards, tutoring and courses. The ACT evaluates high school students for college admissions and covers science, math, reading and English. For more information about the ACT, see Tests.com's ACT Test Guide. The ACT is published by ACT, Inc.
 
Test Item Organization Description Cost
ACT (National)
ACT (National)
Email: cox@dixie.edu
Phone: 435-652-7692

Organization: Dixie State College Community
Address: 225 S. 700 E. St George USA UT 84770
Phone: 435-652-7692
Dixie State College Community
435-652-7692
Dixie State College
ACT test - Private tutoring & ACT test prep
ACT test - Private tutoring & ACT test prep
Email: dr.stuart.donnelly@gmail.com
Phone: 917-568-2473

Organization: Quality Private Tutoring: Tutors of Oxford NYC
Phone: 917-568-2473
Description: ACT test - Private act tutoring & ACT Test prep in Manhattan, New York City, (NYC) - Take Free Act Practice Tests
Quality Private Tutoring: Tutors of Oxford NYC
917-568-2473
ACT test - Private tutoring & ACT test prep in Manhattan, New York, NYC - Take Free Act Pr
Taking Entrance Exams Act
Taking Entrance Exams Act
Email: erica.eriksdotter@salliemae.com
Phone: 703-984-5628

Organization: College Answer
Phone: 888-272-5543
Fax: 800-848-1949
Description: ACT a standardized college entrance examination that measures knowledge and skills through multiple-choice questions.
College Answer
703-984-5628
Taking the ACT
ACT Test Prep
ACT Test Prep
Email: info@continuumlearningcenter.com
Phone: 936-327-4535

Organization: Continuum Learning Center
Address: 203 E. Calhoun StreetLivingston TX 77351
Phone: 936-327-4535
Fax: 800-936-1252
Continuum Learning Center
936-327-4535
Continuum Learning Center | ACT Test Preparation | Livingston, Texas Polk County $325
ACT Testing
ACT Testing
Phone: 800-232-5804

Organization: PJC Paris Junior College
Address: 2400 Clarksville StreetParis TX 75460
Phone: 800-232-5804
Description: The Official Web Site of Paris Junior College, Paris, Texas
PJC Paris Junior College
800-232-5804
Paris Junior College | Affordable Excellence
Basic Tutoring Package
Basic Tutoring Package
Email: info@study-smart.com
Phone: 888-737-6010

Organization: Advantage Education®
Address: 1750 E. Grand River Avenue Suite 101East Lansing MI 48823
Phone: 888-737-6010
Fax: 517-333-1691
Description: Advantage Education
Advantage Education®
888-737-6010
Basic Tutoring Package: Advantage Education $529.00
ACT Test Prep
ACT Test Prep
Email: Contact@NYCLearn.com
Phone: 212-957-9100

Organization: Nextlevel Learning Center
Address: 850 Seventh Avenue,New York NY 10019-5230
Phone: 212-957-9100
Fax: 212-245-3127
Description: New York City one-on-one tutoring for students of all ages. Highly skilled tutors teach all academic subjects and standardized tests.
Nextlevel Learning Center
212-957-9100
Next Level Learning - ACT
ACT PREP
ACT PREP
Email: info@hbacademics.com
Phone: 800-210-0851

Organization: Hbacademics
Address: 229 C 22, Suites 227-242Hudson NY 12534
Phone: 800-210-0851
Description: HB Academics Review MCAT, GMAT, GRE, LSAT, SAT Test Preparation, Private Tutoring, Class and Admissions Consulting Services nationwide
Hbacademics
800-210-0851
HB Academics ACT Review, Prep, Course, Tutoring and Admissions Consulting



ACT Preparation: Top 9 Test Tips

  • There is no penalty for guessing so answer EVERY question.
  • Follow the ACT Instructions: The cover of the test booklet has these instructions.
  • Each of the four tests (math, science, reading and english) have their own instructions to read carefully.
  • Don't spend too much time on any single question.
  • Use a soft lead No. 2 pencil with a good eraser.
  • Answer the easiest questions first.
  • On difficult questions, eliminate as many incorrect answers as you can, then make an educated guess among those remaining.
  • Mark your answers properly. Erase any mark completely and cleanly.
  • Listen for the announcement of 5 minutes left on each test.

 

The ACT is a college entrance examination administered to evaluate a high school student's ability to perform college level work. The test is typically given to students in their junior year of high school. Questions are asked in four sections: math, reading, English and science. To find out more about the ACT, read our ACT Test Guide and Interview with Karl Schellscheidt, ACT test expert.