Better ACT Scores in 2 Minutes or Less: “Divide and Conquer”

Published on Monday, April 18th, 2016 by

Can you really learn a skill in less than 2 minutes that will improve your ACT score? With MasteryPrep, you absolutely can. In today’s video, we’ll show you one of our favorite secret weapons for the ACT reading section. We call it “Divide and Conquer.” Check it out below: ACT Blitz: Divide and Conquer

How to Stay Calm during the ACT

Published on Friday, April 15th, 2016 by

The ACT can change your life. Because it’s so monumental, this test can be stressful, overwhelming, and downright intimidating. Plenty of students have lost their cool in the middle of the test because they under anticipated the rigor of the ACT. We don’t want that to happen to you, so we have a few tips […]

Strategies for Taking the ACT English Test

Published on Wednesday, April 13th, 2016 by

  Even the highest achieving student can find the English section of the ACT challenging. However, the ACT is just like any other test; you can be confident in finishing it if you familiarize yourself with the content beforehand. MasteryPrep removes the mystery of the ACT by getting you acquainted with the rigor and question […]

Boost Your Score on the ACT English Test

Published on Monday, April 11th, 2016 by

We at MasteryPrep work hard to find the best tips and strategies that will boost your ACT score as much as possible. In our one-day Boot Camps and daily ACT prep classes, we have helped students achieve an average 2–5 point increase in their overall ACT score. All they did was follow the strategies we […]

Tips for a Month before the Test

Published on Friday, April 8th, 2016 by

This is the last post in our Parent’s Guide to the SAT and ACT.  Congrats on making it all the way though! In this final post we cover some tips you can use in preparation for test day that will help your child perform as well as possible.   These are “no joke” tips that […]

An Environment of Excellence

Published on Wednesday, April 6th, 2016 by

In the ninth post of our Parent’s Guide to the SAT and ACT, we share how you can instill in your child a desire to succeed and keep their expectations high. Mindset matters, and the more positive feedback your child hears from you, the better they will do. Believe in them and they will believe […]

The Importance of Vocabulary

Published on Monday, April 4th, 2016 by

In the eighth post of our Parent’s Guide to the SAT and ACT, we explain the importance of vocabulary, high reading levels, and what you can do to help your child succeed. This episode is a must-listen that exposes the ONE thing that will make a huge difference for your child, not only on the […]

Talent vs. Mastery

Published on Friday, April 1st, 2016 by

In our seventh post of the Parent’s Guide to the SAT and ACT, we explain the difference between talent and mastery and why almost any student can excel on the SAT and ACT.   Every child is capable of learning what they need in order to get the score they want. The key is realizing […]

The Definition of Mastery

Published on Tuesday, March 29th, 2016 by

In the sixth post of our Parent’s Guide to the SAT and ACT, we give tips that will improve your child’s score by instilling in them an understanding of mastery. We explain why your child shouldn’t just have an understanding of the subjects tested on the SAT and ACT, but they should master these subjects […]

Should You Pay for an ACT or SAT Prep Course?

Published on Sunday, March 27th, 2016 by

In our fifth post in the Parents’ Guide to the SAT and ACT, we discuss whether or not you should pay for an ACT or SAT prep class, whether these classes are an effective strategy for your child, and if there is a “cheaper” option, such as hiring a tutor. Make sure you don’t miss […]