An introduction to the ACT Writing Test and its format.
Everything you need to know about the ACT to get your highest score.
An introduction to the ACT Science Test and its passage types.
The English section, is many student’s favorite part of the ACT exam. If you didn’t notice the grammar mistakes in that sentence, read on!
Good ACT tutoring includes data-driven metrics, real tests, and clear goals — in this article, we'll talk about what makes great ACT prep.
Long-term prep for the ACT might include studying for *other* tests! Learn some surprising facts about building a multi-year ACT program.
Learn about strategic calculator use, the topics you should study the most, and how to best use your time in this guide to the ACT Math Test.
The 60-question ACT Math test covers a broad array of topics — get to know their ins and outs in this article about the ACT Math section.
35 minutes is not very long for the ACT Reading test. Discover the skills you’ll need to analyze text quickly and ace this ACT section.
In this article, we’ll show you the types of reading passages and questions that show up the most frequently on the ACT Reading section.
Can you analyze tables? Read graphs? Follow the scientific method? Discover the best strategies for acing the ACT Science section.
Just starting on the ACT? We’ll take you through how the test works, what to expect on exam day, and how to structure a long-term ACT plan.
Between courses, exams, and extracurriculars, high school can be a stressful time for students. But it can be just as stressful for parents!
Understanding how American admissions exams work can be a lot of trouble, so we’ve created a handy infographic for international students!
The ACT is often a better exam for international students. In this infographic, we discuss 5 tips for preparing for the ACT.
American universities require that students take the SAT or ACT. However, only one of them is required. Which test is best for you?
Many students know little about 2-year community colleges, but these schools can be the first step to getting into prestigious universities.
It's never too early to prepare for standardized tests. Read here about upcoming AP, SAT, and ACT dates.