ACT Prep Resources from home!
Teens are going to be home for school for the rest of this school year. There have been many adaptations made to allow the students to finish out there coursework online, but what about the extra materials? Tutoring? Test Prep?
The ACT organization has provided digital learning and resources to students, teachers, and anyone in academic related fields that are impacted by COVID-19.
They have officially cancelled the April test dates in response to the virus and the students registered are able to reschedule to the June test date for free (or a later date).
In addition to these changes, there are so many resources being made available for free to students! Don’t miss out on the free ACT online bootcamps, prep classes, and livestream sessions. You can find these here:
Check out the following resources:
Free, personalized online learning tool and test practices featuring video lessons, interactive questions, full-length practice tests, games, and other materials. It is FREE to students grades 9-12.
American College Application Campaign’s College Research Worksheet
Downloadable guide to help students understand match, fit, and cost when researching colleges and identifying to which colleges they want to apply. This is available to juniors and is FREE to download.
ACT Voice-Based Assistant (Beta Version)
An ACT assistant that guides users through the ACT registration process, including finding test dates and locations. Users can set up the skill through Amazon Alexa for test-taking tips and set reminders for test dates and registration deadlines. This resource is FREE to students and parents (grades 9-12).
FREE Practice ACT Test
Get a taste of the ACT® test with practice questions (and answers) found in this free study guide.
- An overview of the ACT test and what to expect on test day
- A full-length practice ACT test (including writing prompt)
- Answers and a scoring key for each test section
- A breakdown of the content covered in each test section
- General test-taking strategies
- Ways to approach each section of the ACT
Learn more about the available resources while you are stuck at home through the ACT website.