If you’re looking for information about the structure of the SAT, how long the SAT is, how it’s scored, and how you should study, this is for you!
Studying for the ACT can sound overwhelming. You know you need to study Reading, Science, English, and Math, but there are so many concepts within each subject. Where do you even begin? You begin with an ACT study schedule! Creating an ACT study plan is your first step to effective ACT prep. In order to study …
You can study for the ACT test each year of high school in varying degrees of intensity. Your freshman year, you just need to know that the ACT test is out there and to monitor your performance on in-school cumulative assessments.
Sophomore year is about figuring out your baseline score on the ACT test. You can find this out by taking the PreACT or a timed, paper practice test at home.
Junior year is ACT crunch time. To start the year in a good place, set some time aside for test prep the summer before your junior year.
This year, including the summer prior to the start of the year, is for ensuring you have the ACT score you need, visiting colleges, applying to colleges, and getting into (at least one) college.
Half the battle of taking the SAT or ACT is mental. It’s a long test, and a hard test, and in order to do well on test day, you have to feel confident in how you’ve prepared and what you know. Here are a few tips for owning test day: