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Score higher on the ACT exam – this prep course can help you.
Fee: $159 includes 21 classroom hours, two complete practice tests including the writing portion and the Princeton Review textbook.
Wisconsin DPI Precollege Scholarships are available to qualifying students. Complete the application form and submit it with your registration.
- Take two official, retired ACT exams and receive detailed results.
- Write a practice essay using a typical ACT prompt and receive individual feedback.
- Complete sample exercises and skill drills to review key concepts.
- Learn test-taking strategies and helpful hints for each section of the exam.
"I liked that we dedicated each day to one subject so that we could really focus on it. Taking two complete practice tests made me feel a lot more confident."
Why take an ACT Prep Course?
Know What to Expect
Any exam is difficult if you don't know what to expect. Studying the test format and completing two practice tests will go a long way toward preparing you for exam day.
Refresh Your Memory
The ACT covers years' worth of curriculum and you may have forgotten some key material. Our skill review will refresh your memory for each exam section, focusing on the most frequently tested concepts.
Master Your Nerves
Most people feel anxious when being tested, which can have a negative impact on their score. We'll help you recognize the signs of anxiety and share techniques to manage your nerves.
Affordable and Accessible
Exams are expensive. Why invest your money to take the ACT and then not prepare for the big day? Our ACT Prep Course is affordable when compared to other options and classes are offered in a convenient location on the UW-Eau Claire campus.
It's Your Future!
You could try it alone, but why take the chance? When it comes down to it, you want to improve your score and maximize your chances of getting into the college of your choice. A higher ACT score can open up more options for your future!
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