Thursday, September 12, 2019

Resources for Re-taking the ACT

If a student is  taking the test again because something didn’t go quite right and they want different results, students need to focus on all aspects of the testing experience. This means evaluating their previous preparation–academically, strategically, mentally, and physically–and knowing which areas they need to improve to get a better score.
They may need to focus on one area more than another, but by assessing all of the key areas, they'll have a much better chance of giving the ACT the one-two (three-four) punch on their retake and avoid the frustration of the same old result.
For a firsthand account of several successful ACT retake strategies, watch the embedded video below!

How to Study for an ACT Re-Take