Studying for the ACT is generally not a quick process because the ACT is designed to test your knowledge of the core concepts of a high school curriculum. If you do not have much time to prepare, focus on taking full-length practice tests and reviewing the topics related to any questions that you miss.
We recommend studying for the ACT for approximately a year, starting in the second half of your sophomore year of high school. Long-term preparation gives you time to learn the underlying concepts and to practice applying those concepts on timed practice tests.
Advantage Testing has found that studying for the ACT through one-on-one tutoring yields the best results because an excellent tutor can provide you with an individualized program tailored to your strengths and weaknesses.
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