How to get a great score on the ACT

There is a lot of information available on how to get the highest score possible on the ACT, but in reality, the information can sometimes be inaccurate. There are claims that the test in March is easier than any other ACT test during the year and that the SAT is easier than the ACT. However, if you truly want to perform well on the ACT, then before you take it, you need to find effective ACT tutoring in London.

ACT Tutoring in London

Is ACT tutoring in London effective?

Where can you find that effective tutoring? With us here at A-List Education. We are both passionate and experienced in improving students’ performances effectively and efficiently through ACT tutoring in London. We have been doing this for over a decade. Since 2003, our team has prepared around 70,000 students each year for the ACT. It is our vast experience with students from many different backgrounds which allows us to be as effective as we are in creating efficient types of tutoring for each student. This effectiveness results in our students improving their scores by an average of 5 points.

What exactly is the ACT?

The ACT is a standardised test used for admission to US universities. The ACT is a multiple-choice test with four sections: English, Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Social Studies. Each section is graded from 1-36, with a composite score of 1-36, also. Some universities offer a chance to ‘superscore’ your ACT. This would mean that they would use the highest score of each section from each test. The higher your composite score or superscore is, then the higher the chance of admission. Therefore, it is of great importance to prepare for the ACT with ACT tutoring in London for two to six months before your tests and taking the test at least two to four times. This is part of our strategy for getting the highest score on the ACT. Our Bootcamps fill up quickly, so if you are hoping to start ACT tutoring in London two to six months before your next test, then make sure to get in touch as soon as possible!


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