Our team is committed to helping you Master the ACT!

Side effects may include confidence and higher scores.

For Juniors


  • Shorter Term Content Intervention + Long Term Strategy Intervention
  • Reevaluate content strengths and weaknesses
  • Review skills of testing intelligence/savvy
  • Parents and students may review a score report with a score close to what they are likely to see on the state test
  • Data allows teachers to focus on shorter term content intervention (4 months of school instruction before the state test)
  • Improve school benchmark achievement


Recommendation: Focus teachers on a four-month plan to help students learn strategies to show what they know on test day.

For Seniors


  • Short Term Strategy Intervention
  • Increase college access and readiness
  • Improve school benchmark achievement


Recommendation: Combine practice testing effort with campaign to encourage students to take the October and December ACT tests (and subsequent ACT tests, depending on college plans).

​​The Power of a Practice Test

For Schools and Districts
Early practice testing allows administrators and teachers the opportunity

to identify potential weaknesses and address them.


For Sophomores


  • Long Term Content Intervention
  • Early assessment of content strengths and weaknesses
  • Early insight into strengths and weaknesses that emerge on timed tests
  • An early score report to be reviewed by parents and students
  • Data allows teachers to focus on long term intervention (approximately 14 months of school instruction before the state test)
  • Introduce a culture of growth mindset into standardized test achievement


Recommendation: Highlight and address weaknesses on the item analysis that have already been covered in curriculum up to that point.  How much of a student’s score reflects content not yet covered vs. content covered, but not mastered?