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Do you have questions about how to study? Maybe you aren’t sure how to be productive after school or how to get good grades. Good news: this video has all the study hacks you need!
Note taking: no one ever really teaches you how to do it, and yet it’s a HUGE part of learning and getting good grades. Check out our latest video on how to take notes! Seriously, good notes are a game changer.
Is there a magic set of ACT tips and tricks that will bring your score up to a perfect 36 overnight? Unfortunately…no. (But you probably already knew that.) On the other hand: Is there a set of ACT tips and tricks that you can use to significantly boost your score—possibly as high as a 36? […]
Ask any parent. They will tell you the SAT and ACT are responsible for the greatest stress during college prep. No matter how much your student prepares and studies, the test itself is the cause of tremendous anxiety. Many parents believe the theory “if my student doesn’t test well, he won’t do well on these […]
When studying for the ACT, some topics tend to fall through the cracks. In this article, I discuss the most important things students tend to overlook.
If you’re a high school student contemplating your future, you’re probably wondering what ACT score you should aim for. In this post, we’ll look in particular at how to get a 23 score on the ACT. Why 23? If you’re hoping to attend college, a 23 score is high enough that your post-high school dreams […]
“If you catch a man a fish, he eats for a day. If you teach a man to fish, you’ve lost your market base.” Similar is the world of ACT prep. Seriously, if there were some silver bullet for ACT success, I’d hand it out in a heartbeat though it’d mean the end of my […]
Here is an overview of the 5 most often tested ACT English topics with links to resources you can use to up your English game.
ACT prep class may feel like a chore, but it can be a great tool towards ACT success. In this article, learn how to take advantage of every minute.
In Geometry class, there are several forms of an equation of a line that most students learn.
You learn standard form, slope-intercept form, point-slope form, etc., but for basically every single question that the ACT Math section asks you about lines on a coordinate plane, there’s only ONE you really need to know. Only ONE that is really useful.