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  • Can I really improve on the ACT?
    Yes, you can! I have seen it time and again. Even the ACT itself trains educators on how best to prepare students for the ACT test.
  • Why would I come to an in-person class when I can find prep online?
    Yes, you certainly can find prep online. However, something we knew in education before has been confirmed by the COVID pandemic: a student is far less likely to absorb material face to face with an instructor compared to online. This is especially true when you consider the bombardment of distraction facing all of us when we try to participate in any kind of event or class online.
  • How did you establish the price of your classes?
    The prices for the in-person classes offered are set in comparison with other classes in the area and, as you will find with a bit of research, are less expensive.
  • What do I get out of a class?
    Each class provides 12 hours of instruction, an ACT prep book, and other materials. Besides these, each student will take away the confidence that comes with knowing that he or she has prepared well.
  • What if I'm a bad test taker?
    All the more reason to take my class. This is for two reasons. First, deepening your familiarity with the ACT will help you feel more confident and comfortable on test day. Second, do you know when to use "between" and when to use "among"? Do you know when to use a colon and when to use a semi-colon? Do you know how to find the missing variable in a logarithmic equation? If the answer to any of these questions is "no," then
  • Why can't I use my cell phone in class?
    Will the ACT allow you to use your phone? Distraction is the last thing you need. On breaks, you can use your phone. However, when we're preparing as a group, they need to be silenced and put away.
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