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Understanding the ACT:
The ACT examination is a test that is accepted for admissions into all the four-year colleges of the United States of America. As an achievement test, the ACT measures and reflects upon your school learning by extensively testing you in four key areas: Mathematics, Science, Reading, and English. Further, some of the colleges also demand an additional score of the writing section, which is an optional section in the actual ACT examination. The score of this exam is used by the universities as a common data point to compare all the applicants. It differs from the SAT and other similar exams in the following ways:
1. It covers a broader array of subjects. The ACT exam has four sections: Math, Reading, Science, and English, each having a score range of 1-36.
2. The difficulty of questions is considered to be lower than that of the SAT, but the time constraints make it more difficult for those who cannot answer questions rapidly.
Not only because it is different from the SAT, but this high school exam also provides schools and universities with excellent information. It is trusted as a standardized test, even by highly selective colleges. Administered on six international test dates, seven national test dates, and additional state and district test dates, the ACT is an approved assessment test structure used in state models for federal and state accountability.
Advantages of getting an ACT tutor:
Since every student is unique, we tailor our tutoring classes to develop a learning program catering to the specific needs of each individual. Our tutors are extremely attentive to each student and will try their best to guide you to work upon your specific problem areas. Moreover, our experienced tutors also personally design the best test-taking strategies for you after considering your strengths and weaknesses. Our online activities and practice tests are extremely helpful for acing the ACT examination.
An ACT tutor helps the student with the overall learning methodology. A tutor also helps the student comprehend the most difficult areas and create a personalized study plan on the basis of an individual’s strengths and weakness in a particular topic and the amount of practice he needs in the same. A tutor guides the student to correct each and every mistake he makes or might make on the exam day.
The Miles Smart Difference
At Miles Smart Tutoring, we offer ACT Test Prep classes, which cover a wide variety of concepts that are tested in the examination. These Prep classes also include reviewing and practicing test-taking strategies, time management techniques, subject reviews, and answering strategies. Moreover, these strategies are not restricted only to the ACT examination. They are applicable in other tests and future evaluations as well.
For example, the Science section of the ACT exam requires the students to be able to interpret scientific results. Learning these skills with our experienced tutors will be beneficial for your future science classes as well. A customized test preparation plan guiding your child through and through with performance analysis based on tests, learnings, and online tutor support, Miles Smart Tutors provide a smarter way to tackle a tougher exam.
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Frequently Asked Questions
You've asked, we've listened. Here's a list of the most frequently asked ACT Test Prep questions:
Is in-person tutoring more effective than online tutoring when it comes to ACT test prep?
Both online and in-person tutoring methods are effective, depending on the student and their needs. We will make sure that whether you choose online or in-person tutoring, you will be satisfied with the outcome.
Do you offer group tutoring for ACT test prep?
Yes, we offer group tutoring sessions for ACT test prep.
Do you offer one-on-one tutoring for ACT test prep?
Yes, we offer one-on-one tutoring for ACT test prep.