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Online Math-Only ACT Prep Course for the December 12th ACT test

In the Online Math-Only ACT Prep Course, students will learn and review key concepts from algebra, geometry, and trig. Students will also work through practice tests and apply their knowledge. Each student will work independently of others and move along at their own pace. This course uses ACT math curriculum and practice tests that we have developed as well as the official ACT practice tests. Students will need to purchase the Official ACT Prep Guide from ACT, Amazon, or a local bookstore. This course comes with a 3-point subscore increase guarantee* if students meet certain criteria.

If you are interested in signing up for the Online Math-Only ACT Prep Course that will end right before the December 12th ACT test, please fill out the registration form and pay the full amount of the course to secure a seat in the class. Below is a list of the class days that each class will meet. We will not have classes during Fall Break from October 5th-9th or during Thanksgiving break from November 23rd-27th. On December 6th from 1:30-4:45pm, students can take a mock ACT exam to prepare for the upcoming test. If you would like to sign up for ACT prep for another test date, please check back to see when registration opens for that test date. Also, you can get updates on classes by following us on Facebook.

Online Math-Only ACT Prep Course
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December 12th Class Dates/Times (Pick One)

Mock ACT on December 6th from 1:30pm-4:45pm
August 20th
August 27th
September 3rd
September 10th
September 17th
September 24th
October 1st
October 15th
October 22nd
October 29th
November 5th
November 12th
November 19th
December 3rd
December 10th
*Students must attend all classses, have one of the two approved calculators, provide all past ACT scores, complete all homework to 100%, and pass quizzes (if applicable) to earn the guarantee. The guarantee is only valid for the ACT test date immediately following the end of class. If a student does not increase at least three points on their math subscore, then that student can retake the class again for free.