Test Prep Resources

Free Webinar: Which ACT Test Prep is Right for Me?

Webinar: What Test Prep is Right for Me? Date/Time: 23 January, 15:00 UTC Duration: 60 minutes Note: All registrants will receive a recording of the webinar. If you cannot attend but would like to learn more about ACT test prep, we encourage you to register and experience the webinar at a later date. Students face high stakes when taking a university admissions exam, as the scores they achieve are a huge factor in gaining acceptance to university. That is why so many students take advantage of free or paid test prep. But choosing the right test prep tools can be overwhelming. Attend a free webinar 23 January designed to inform students, parents, and educators about test prep options created by the makers of the ACT test. We will cover which test prep tools students should consider, based o...

ACT Online Prep: Prepare for the ACT Anytime, Anywhere!

Are you looking to get an edge on taking the ACT test with the flexibility to prepare whenever and wherever you have time? ACT Online Prep is your answer. ACT Online Prep is the only online test preparation tool from the makers of the ACT test. ACT Online Prep can give you the confidence and readiness to achieve your best score on the ACT test. Featuring real questions from previous versions of the ACT test, ACT Online Prep helps you become familiar with the test content (and receive a predicted ACT test score) while receiving personalized learning paths to track and improve your progress. With your six-month subscription to ACT Online Prep, you will receive: Full-length practice tests to simulate the actual ACT exam A free mobile app Tools to track your progress A game center to further t...

Infographic: 12 ways to reduce test anxiety

It’s normal for students to be nervous about taking a university entrance exam. After all, it represents their first big step toward university and their desired careers. That’s why we have included a helpful infographic with 12 tips to reduce test anxiety. Some are as simple as keeping a positive attitude, while also remembering the tools that are built into the computer-based test format to help students narrow down answer choices and focus on important text. Click here to download the infographic.

Four easy ways to prepare for the ACT test

Preparing to take the ACT® test doesn’t have to be an overwhelming endeavor. There are many ways to prepare. Here are four easy steps you can take to prepare for test day. TAKE A PRACTICE TEST—Taking a free practice ACT test helps you familiarize yourself with the format and types of questions asked. After you take a practice test, take note of your strengths and (more importantly) identify areas where you can improve. PLAN YOUR PRACTICE AND STUDY TIME—Set aside small amounts of time devoted to studying over an extended period. Keep a calendar of your schedule, but make sure to keep it flexible for surprise homework assignments, extracurricular activities, and fun. KEEP A POSITIVE ATTITUDE—Practice positive thinking: imagine yourself sitting in the quiet test room and meeting the challenge...

Big Red Book: 2019 Edition