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What is ACT?

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The ACT is a standardized test used for college admissions in the United States. It is currently administered by ACT, a non-profit organization of the same name. The ACT test covers four academic skill areas: English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science reasoning. It also offers an optional direct writing test.

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ACT preparatory classes – Total 100+ hours

Total of classes 

22 (10 Verbal,10 Quantitative classes, and 2 Science)

Class duration

2 hours each for Verbal, Quantitative, and Science each

Course duration

Two and a half months (One Verbal and Quantitative
class a week )

Comprehensive study material and worksheets provided related to all topics

Trained and experienced faculty.

25+ Full-Length ACT mock tests(4 sections+essay) that are exact replicas of original ACT papers

Exhaustive review and evaluation of the answer sheets

How do we go about it

Conduct a Diagnostic test

Analyze and evaluate each student on the basis of their diagnostic test scores and set a realistic expectation for scope for improvement

Conduct classes as per the mentioned schedule

Conduct Numerous Mock Tests

How ACT figures the multiple-choice and composites scores?

You’ve answered the questions and ACT has scored the results. Here’s how:
1. First, they counted the number of questions on each test that you answered correctly. They did not deduct any points for incorrect answers. (There is no penalty for guessing.)

2. Then they converted your raw scores (number of correct answers on each test) to “scale scores.” Scale scores have the same meaning for all the different forms of the ACT® test, no matter which dates a test was taken.

3. Your Composite score and each test score (English, mathematics, reading, science) range from 1 (low) to 36 (high). The Composite score is the average of your four test scores, rounded to the nearest whole number. Fractions less than one-half are rounded down; fractions one-half or more are rounded up.

4. Each reporting category includes the total number of questions in that category, the total number of questions in that category you answered correctly, and the percentage of questions correct. ACT reporting categories are aligned with ACT College and Career Readiness Standards and other standards that target college and career readiness.

How important
is ACT?

ACT is organized and administered internationally and accepted by almost all standard universities in the US and Canada. The ACT is comparatively new but is definitely a test which most of the students take as it increases the scope of getting into a new college.

The ACT used to be a pen and paper-based test until September 2018. Now, the ACT is an online test for international test-takers.

When to take
ACT?

The ACT is conducted five times in a year usually in the months of June, September, October, December, and February. Colleges do not censure or enforce any limitations on the number of ACT attempts you take.
The following are the months when you should be targeting the first and second attempts of your ACT(ideal for Indian students).

• If you are in Grade 10, you should take your ACT attempts between the months of October to December
• If you are in Grade 11, you should take your ACT attempts between the months of July to October.
• If you are in Grade 12, you should anyhow take your ACT attempts before the month of October.

How to register
for ACT?

Are you planning to take the ACT? Registering for the ACT is the very first thing to do so keep a check on the registration deadlines for the ACT. Usually, it is about five weeks before the actual test date. However, we would suggest you to check the official ACT website for the registration deadline.

When to take
ACT?

The ACT is conducted five times in a year usually in the months of June, September, October, December, and February. Colleges do not censure or enforce any limitations on the number of ACT attempts you take.
The following are the months when you should be targeting the first and second attempts of your ACT(ideal for Indian students).

• If you are in Grade 10, you should take your ACT attempts between the months of October to December
• If you are in Grade 11, you should take your ACT attempts between the months of July to October.
• If you are in Grade 12, you should anyhow take your ACT attempts before the month of October.

How to register
for ACT?

Are you planning to take the ACT? Registering for the ACT is the very first thing to do so keep a check on the registration deadlines for the ACT. Usually, it is about five weeks before the actual test date. However, we would suggest you to check the official ACT website for the registration deadline.

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