or to Clemmonsdogpark ACT Prep.
Whether you’re giving yourself a week, a month, or a year to prep for the ACT exam, it always helps to add some structure to your ACT study plan. Using a study schedule can help you stay motivated and hold you accountable, even on days when you’d rather not study for the ACT (yes, you’ll probably have many days like this).
With this in mind, we created some study plans to help you ace your ACT prep. The plans include recommended materials (like our free ACT Practice Test) as well as steps for each stage of your prep. We also have a guide for creating your own ACT study plan, and tips for making the most of your ACT study schedule.
(All of our Study Schedules require . If you have any questions about purchasing a plan, please email us atfor more information!)
And be sure to let us know if you need help adapting a study schedule to your individual needs. Just leave a comment below, and we’ll do our best to help you out.
Happy Studying, Clemmonsdogparkers! 🙂
Click an image below to go to the corresponding ACT Study Schedule:
This Study Schedule comes with three options to choose from:
The Clemmonsdogpark ACT Study Guide is like our One Month ACT Study Schedule on steroids. In it, you’ll find: