ACT 2020 Score Release Dates

Here then are the ACT 2020 score release dates to plan around, as well as, the different kinds of available score reports, and how schools use them. Learn how to prepare for standardized tests with our year-round SAT prep and ACT prep courses today. [act_one] ACT 2020 Test Dates & Score Releases Test Dates Multiple-Choice Scores Online Releases February 8th, 2020 February 25th – April 3rd, 2020 April 4th, 2020…

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ACT Test Dates & Registration Deadlines: 2019 & 2020

The table below contains all of the important ACT dates and deadlines through 2020. For each administration of the test, the test date, registration deadline, and late registration deadline are given. If you’re interested in planning out your schedule around an ACT prep course or tutoring package, feel free to give us a call at (877) 345-7737 today! [act_one] THE ACT TEST DATES & REGISTRATION DEADLINES: 2019-2020 Date Registration Deadline…

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10 Helpful ACT Grammar Tips

The ACT English section presents students with plenty of challenges by making them focus on every grammatical detail. The test makers are more than happy to trip you up by slipping grammar mistakes so basic that you might miss them. Unfortunately, missing those details will take off points from your final score. To make life simpler, here are 10 ACT grammar tips to keep in mind when both practicing for…

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How To Guess On The ACT

At Prep Expert, we believe that sufficient test prep cancels out virtually all surprises when taking the ACT. However, we realize that nerves and odd questions can throw anyone off. That’s why, if you have to guess on the ACT, at least put the odds in your favor. Here are our tips on how to guess on the ACT if you have to on test day. Take a moment after…

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SAT vs ACT Scores Comparison Tables

In 2018, The College Board and ACT came together and created new concordance tables designed to help educators, parents, and students compare official SAT and ACT scores. These updated tables are now considered the official reference source when comparing SAT and ACT scores since they were last released in 2016. Take a moment to learn more about our SAT prep and ACT prep courses too. [sat_one] SAT Total Vs ACT…

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10 ACT Score Improvement Tips

Scoring a perfect 36 on the ACT is difficult, especially on the first try. However, even if you don’t do so, you can always improve your overall ACT score from one test date to the next, as long as you plan ahead and consistently work hard. Here are 10 easy-to-do ACT score improvement tips that you can use when both studying and on test day itself. Don’t forget to check…

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Celebrity ACT Scores

Getting ready for the ACT is for many students a sometimes mundane-feeling task in comparison with school, sports, family, relationships, etc.  You’d be surprised to know which celebrities have been in the same shoes as you and done well on the ACT. Let’s take a quick look at the ACT scores from a few different celebrities you will know and see how they stack up against each other. If you’re…

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Should You Take The SAT and ACT

We’ve had plenty of high school students message us and ask “should you take the SAT and ACT?” Because this is a common question with a not-so-simple answer, we wanted to take a minute now to address it once and for all to help you decide for yourself. Here are both pros and cons of taking the SAT and ACT simultaneously, questions you should answer first before making that decision,…

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ACT Checklist For Test Day

After all the time and studying that you’ve done for the ACT, now comes the nerve-wracking test day. There’s little reason to stress though as all you need to do is bring a few items with you and be mindful of the ACT’s official rules. Let’s take a look at our ACT checklist on what you should and what you shouldn’t bring on test day. If you’re just starting to…

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ACT vs SAT Essay Differences

Despite being optional, the ACT and SAT Essay sections are still important tests to take because the skills they stress are important in both academic and professional life. Students who do decide to take them will have advantages over those who skip them, in the long term. Let’s take a look at the differences between the ACT vs SAT Essay and why it’s still good to do it even if…

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