ACT Test-Taking Tips

Published on Tuesday, May 26th, 2015 by

1. Pace Yourself Students should give themselves eight minutes per passage in English and reading, about five minutes per science passage, and about one minute per math question. 2. Cherry Pick Every question is worth exactly one point. If a question is perplexing or students don’t know what to do with it after 10 or 15 seconds, they should […]

Blind Guessing

Published on Tuesday, April 14th, 2015 by

Student question: I’m a junior, and I’m taking the ACT this Saturday. I’m worried about the guessing. If I don’t understand a question, which letter do you recommend for me to guess: A, B, C, or D?   MasteryPrep’s advice: When you need to guess, first eliminate any choice that’s obviously wrong. Then go with […]

ACT Practice Tests and Data Analysis

Published on Monday, September 9th, 2013 by

ACT® Mastery offers practice ACT tests to your school to help you diagnose exactly what skills your students are deficient in and what most needs to be worked on. These proprietary practice tests provide in-depth, extremely granular information on skill deficiencies at the student, class, school, and district level. Use this information to guide lesson […]

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 […]