ACT Prep


By now, most of you should be familiar with the ACT. But if you aren’t, or you’re not pleased with your score, here is a list of things you can do.

  1. Be familiar with the format and question styles

Lucky for you, ACT has released 6 practice tests that you can use to practice with. Take advantage of this opportunity to familiarize yourself with their style so it won’t be a surprise to you on the day of the actual test.


  1. Identify your weaknesses

After taking a test, look back at your mistakes and learn from them. Take note of questions that are similar in content that you miss often. That way, you know which types of questions you should practice more on.


  1. Set a target

Set a target score and work towards it. But, be realistic. Your target score should be something that can be achieved from now and the day of the test.


  1. Make a study plan

After setting your target score, study accordingly. Know how much you have to study each week and stick to the plan.


  1. Practice

You can never get enough practice, the more the better. There are many ways to practice for tests, by using a prep book or going online to search for tests.


Follow this list and you should be ready to go!