PREP PROGRAMS FOR THE ACT
Improve Your ACT Score and Open the Door to Your College Choices
You’ve narrowed your college choices down to your top schools, but they all have high expectations when it comes to ACT scores. Your score shouldn’t keep you from attending your dream college, so stop wasting time worrying about whether or not you’ll make the cut. Instead, spend that time prepping for the exam! A higher score can make your dream school a reality.
For over 40 years, Huntington has been providing ACT prep tutoring to better prepare students for the demands of the ACT, including test-taking strategies, time-management skills, and academic skills through individualized instruction from highly trained ACT tutors. Higher scores on the ACT can mean the difference between going to college and getting into your dream college. Plus, with the right scores, you may also be eligible for a scholarship.
Huntington Students See Improvement On Their ACT Scores:
About the ACT
Many students are choosing the ACT as their college entrance exam. The ACT measures aptitude in English, math, reading, and science; plus, it can be taken with or without a writing test component. The ACT is offered each school year in September, October, December, February, April, and June. Most students take it in the spring of their junior year. Some repeat the exam in the fall of their senior year. ACT results are accepted by all four-year colleges and universities in the U.S.
For further information on ACT test prep:
- 2 Step-By-Step Guides To Improve Odds And Score Higher
- The Latest News with the ACT
- 3 Things Tutors Can Provide For SAT And ACT Prep That Teachers Can't
2019-2020 Upcoming ACT Exam Dates
|Test Date:||Registration Deadline:||Late Registration Deadline:||Additional Notes:|
|Sep 14, 2019||Aug 16, 2019||Aug 30, 2019|
|Oct 26, 2019||Sep 20, 2019||Oct 4, 2019|
|Dec 14, 2019||Nov 8, 2019||Nov 22, 2019|
|Feb 8, 2020||Jan 10, 2020||Jan 17, 2020|
|Apr 4, 2020||Feb 28, 2020||Mar 13, 2020|
|Jun 13, 2020||May 8, 2020||May 22, 2020|
|Jul 18, 2020||Jun 19, 2020||Jun 26, 2020||* No test centers are scheduled in California or New York for this exam date.|
We Offer Three ACT Prep Programs
All of our ACT prep tutoring programs — Premier, 32-Hour, and 14-Hour — include individualized in-center instruction from certified tutors, homework, at least one full-length proctored interim exam to measure progress, and interim conferences to discuss student progress and confirm goals. Unlike other act prep courses, every one of Huntington’s prep programs is designed to help you better prepare for the ACT, gain confidence in your skills and abilities, and achieve higher ACT test scores, thus expanding your possible college choices. You simply need to choose the program that best meets your needs and goals:
Premier ACT Prep
Tailored to the Student’s Needs & Goals
The most thorough ACT prep program available. The program duration and curriculum are tailored to the student’s personalized needs and goals.
- Duration and ACT curriculum are tailored to the student’s goals. Choose to work in some or all subjects.
- Offers online, video-based ACT test prep that complements our in-center instruction, plus online tests.
To get started with our most personalized ACT test prep programs, please call to register today, or register online now.Register Online
Focused Overview of All Subject Areas
Our 32-Hour Program is designed for students with limited time to prepare, while focusing on all subjects.
- Consists of 32 hours of ACT test prep instruction focused across all subjects, including eight hours of practice ACT tests.
- Offers online, video-based ACT test prep that complements our in-center instruction, plus online ACT practice tests.
To get started with our most personalized ACT prep tutoring, please call to register today, or register online now.Register Online
Thorough Prep in One Exam Subject
Our 14-Hour program is designed for students with limited time to prepare who want to focus on one subject.
- Consists of 14 hours of ACT prep instruction focused in one subject, including four hours of practice tests.
- Offers only in-center ACT prep and instruction.
To get started with our most personalized test prep program, please call to register today, or register online now.Register Online
Overcoming Test Fear
Read what our many happy parents and STUDENTS are saying...
"I just wanted to let you know how happy we are for Eric’s progress… we feel grateful for Huntington’s program. He raised his ACT score by 6 points."
Common questions About the ACT
What is tested on the ACT and how is it timed?
|Section||Total Minutes||Number of Questions||Possible Score|
How long is the ACT?
The ACT is 3 hours and 35 minutes in length (3 hours and 35 minutes if the optional writing portion is being taken).
- 45 Minutes for English
- 60 Minutes for Math
- 35 Minutes for Reading
- 35 Minutes for Science
- 40 Minutes for Writing (optional)
How do I register for the ACT and when is it offered?
ACT dates, locations, and registration information can be found by visiting https://services.actstudent.org/OA_HTML/actibeCAcdLogin.jsp.
How many times can I take the ACT?
How is the ACT scored?
Each section of the ACT (English, Math, reading and science, is scored on a scale from 1 to 36. The scores for all four sections are averaged to give the students an overall composite ACT score between 1 and 36.
The optional writing portion of the test receives four separate domain scores (Ideas and Analysis, Development and Support, Organization, and Language Use and Conventions). Each of the four domains is scored on a scale of 2-12.
Beginning September 2016, students who elect to take the writing portion of the test will also receive an overall Writing Score on a 2-12 range - the average of the four domain scores.
The scores are based on the number of correct answers. There are no penalties for incorrect answers. Each college and university sets its own ACT score requirements for admission into that school. Check with the schools you are interested in applying to in order to determine the ACT score you need to achieve. You can decide which ACT scores are sent to prospective schools.