Gain the testing skills you need for ACT success
The ACT Live-Online Blitz is an intensive test prep program that provides you with the tools you need to confidently take the ACT and substantially improve your score. The program is conveniently scheduled in the weeks leading up to forthcoming test dates so that you will be ready for peak performance by the test date.
In addition to a textbook and a workbook, the ACT Live-Online Blitz provides 16 hours of instruction over four weeks. On two evenings each week, you will log into the live, two-hour online sessions. In each interactive session, expert instructors will review material to be covered on the test. Your instructors will also explain the strategies, skills and tips you need to excel on the test. Between the scheduled online sessions, allow some time to practice the skills you have learned.
ACT Live-Online Blitz includes:
- 16 hours of interactive instruction
- Course textbook: The Official ACT Prep Guide 2018
- Real ACT practice questions and tests
- Course workbook
- Easy-to-follow study plan
- Online access to session recordings
Twice-a-week live online sessions with the instructor are scheduled as shown below. These sessions will be archived for later viewing if the student is unable to participate in live meetings.
The ACT Live-Online Blitz is ideal for students who need an intensive preparation program during the academic year. The online sessions are scheduled on two evenings per week, leaving plenty of time for students to focus on their school work.
Students generally take the ACT during their junior year of high school. This course is ideal for rising juniors that may be taking the test for the first time, for seniors and other high school students who have already taken the exam but wish to improve their score, and for younger students who want to start preparing early.
The textbook and workbook (included in the course fee) will be mailed directly to your home. We recommend registering early to ensure adequate time for delivery: at least 4 business days before the first class for US students, and at least two weeks for most international locations.
High-speed Internet connection; speakers or head phones; Adobe Flash Player (can be downloaded for free).