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Uneasy About Your ACT Score? Here's 3 Great Advice To Improve ACT Scores
  • Posted on Thu, Oct 15, 2015 @ 11:10 AM

Two weeks pass, and ACT scores should be posted by now. Your child, eager and frightened, logs on to the ACT website, feathers all in a ruffle, to find their composite score.

You watch their face, almost as eager as they are for the results. But your heart sinks down as their expression stiffens and eyes glaze—their score must not have been what they hoped for.

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Start Early: Preparing In Advance Makes Taking The ACT Easy
  • Posted on Tue, Oct 06, 2015 @ 11:10 AM

Being prepared for the ACT will help eliminate stress for both you and your child, and will make the process go much smoother.

'Though most students won’t take the ACT until their Junior year, it’s important to start getting ready before that.

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How to Improve Your ACT Scores
  • Posted on Tue, Aug 11, 2015 @ 10:08 AM
3 Moves to Help Your Student Tango with the ACT
  • Posted on Sun, May 31, 2015 @ 08:05 AM
Two weeks pass, and ACT scores should be posted. Your child, eager and frightened, logs on to the ACT website to find their composite score. You watch their face, almost as eager as they are for the results. But your heart sinks as their expression stiffens and eyes glaze— their score must not have been what they hoped and worked for.
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Why It's Important to Start Your Child's ACT Prep Early
  • Posted on Mon, Sep 22, 2014 @ 10:09 AM

Being prepared for the ACT will help eliminate stress for both you and your child, and will make the process go much smoother. Though most students won’t take the ACT until their Junior year, it’s important to start getting ready before that. Just how important is it to start early? Here are just some of the many reasons you should start your child’s ACT prep early, and a basic timeline of what you should be doing.

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3 Moves to Help Tango with the ACT
  • Posted on Mon, Mar 03, 2014 @ 08:03 AM

Two weeks pass, and ACT scores should be posted by now. Your child, eager and frightened, logs on to the ACT website, feathers all in a ruffle, to find their composite score. You watch their face, almost as eager as they are for the results. But your heart sinks down as their expression stiffens and eyes glaze—their score must not have been what they hoped for.

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