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ACT Prep Page

ACT Registration

This page will allow you to register for the ACT, and also provides very useful information about what is required when taking the exam.  The testing dates are also listed at the bottom of this page.

Official ACT Prep Page

This page provides several resources from ACT including both printed and online practice tests for each subject area.  It also provides the official “Test Prep Guide 2022-223”, which contains information about ACT Study guides, test dates, fee waivers, and test prep.

How to Improve Low ACT Scores

This article thoroughly explains the math section of the ACT and gives specific tips to increase your score.  While the article is long, it is packed with useful information.  Not only does the article present the reader with tips, but it explains how and why the tips will help your score.  While this article focuses on the MATH section, at the bottom of the page are links for the same type of information on the English, Reading, and Science sections as well.

Union Test Prep

This site provides Lessons, Practice Tests, Flash Cards, and Study guides for a wide variety of tests INCLUDING THE ACT and WORKKEYS.  When you click on the link, select the test you are preparing for and then the material you wish to use.  To track progress, you need to create an account, and you can simply create one with your school google account.

Prep Scholar

When you set aside four hours for an ACT practice test, it's important to try to get the most out of your time and energy. This site presents five critical tips as you take your ACT test that can help you prepare more effectively for test day.

Varsity Tutors

With a wide variety of tests available, by selecting ACT, the user can access over 1300 practice tests for the ACT.  The online versions will provide the user with a detailed report once the test is complete.  This report includes several categories including important information such as “Concept Area” (with breakdown data), detailed “Explanations” for each question, and “Time per Question”.