ACT Math Practice Question – Rates

Published on Saturday, July 6th, 2013 by

A sink hole with a depth of 450 cm is being filled in at a rate of 2 cm per week. The depth of another nearby sinkhole is 500 cm, and it is being filled at a rate of 4 cm per week. Assuming the sinkholes continue to be filled at these constant rates, in […]

Frequently Asked Questions by Principals and District Administrators

Published on Friday, July 5th, 2013 by

What are the key ingredients to successful ACT prep for underperforming students? ACT prep for an underperforming student looks much more like remediation than a test prep cram session. Students who are unable to score an 18, 19, or 20 are missing questions on the ACT that correlate to 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th grade […]

ACT® Mastery Professional Development

Published on Sunday, June 2nd, 2013 by

ACT® Mastery helps your school deliver exceptional ACT prep services to your students by training your staff on exactly what the ACT is testing and how it goes about testing it, so that your teachers can incorporate effective ACT prep strategies in their lessons and close achievement gaps. For many students, the ACT is the […]

In-School ACT Prep

Published on Sunday, June 2nd, 2013 by

Training and resources to deliver exceptional ACT prep services in your school. Click here to read a brief summary on ACT® Mastery in schools. Program Summary The purpose of ACT® Mastery is to improve student ACT composite scores by helping students to master the skills most likely to be tested. ACT® Mastery provides the training, […]

How the Great Gatsby Can Boost Your ACT Score

Published on Friday, May 31st, 2013 by

The Great Gatsby only went to Oxford for five months, but here are some ACT prep takeaways from his story that could get you there for four years. Warning: If you’ve never read or seen Gatsby, this is a bit of a spoiler. Dos and Dont’s Focus. Jay Gatsby focused his entire life in pursuit […]