- Created by Arbaaz Muslim
- 453 + students enrolled
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- 30 mins on-demand video
- Access on Mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
- Lifetime Access
- 30 days Money back guarantee
What You will Learn?
- Use tips and tactics to answer ACT questions efficiently and accurately
Online Course Description:
College admissions officers are faced with thousands of applications every year, and one of the things they use to differentiate students is the ACT score. And that’s where this course comes in – to help you get the score that’s going to make you stand out.
I’ve recorded pages of official tests as I explain the reasoning that will help you get to the right answer. As I go through those explanations, I’m going to be writing on the pages, the same way you should write in your test booklet on test day. In short, you can think of this as Khan Academy for the ACT.
The videos are organized the same way as the test. There are four sections – English, math, reading, and science. Along the way, I’m going to be introducing you to tips that will help you answer as quickly and accurately as possible, from the verbalization tactic and the fencing off technique in the English section to the dual method for math problems to the key for the reading and science sections.
As a high school student, I was intimidated by the prices and prevalence of test prep centers. So I stayed home and worked on practice test after practice test. But I didn’t just take the tests, I analyzed them. I looked at problem patterns and answering techniques and time optimization tactics. And it paid off. I ended up getting a 36 on the ACT. Not only did I manage to get that score for myself, I used those same techniques to help my friends raise their scores too.
And now I’d like to share those same tips and tactics with other students that are just as afraid as I was – students like you. This course comes at a fraction of the cost of prep centers and you can take it from the comfort of your own home and your own schedule.
- High school students looking to raise their ACT scores