Sign up or log in to Magoosh ACT Prep.

Category: ACT Resources

Kristin Fracchia

One Month ACT Study Schedule

{{Privy:Embed campaign=1239640}} So you have one month until your ACT test date, and you are ready to commit to some serious studying. You’re aiming for scores that demonstrate your highest potential—Average ACT scores just won’t cut it. Sound like you? Then check out the One Month ACT Study Plan below! If you follow this plan, […]

continue reading
David Recine

ACT Accommodations: How to Get Assistance on Test Day

Learn how to apply for ACT accommodations and/or English Learner supports, testing dates, and how to simulate ACT accommodations in your test prep.

continue reading
Molly Kiefer

Top 10 Tips for the ACT Essay | Video Post

The ACT Essay is an optional, 40-minute section of the ACT, which tests your ability to craft an organized, well-articulated analytical essay on a given topic. The prompt presents three distinct perspectives on a complex issue, in response to which you must write an essay, taking your own stance on the issue by analyzing the […]

continue reading
Rachel Kapelke-Dale

Official ACT Prep Pack 2018-2019 Review

Wondering whether to buy the Official ACT Prep Pack or another official guide? Magosh breaks down the books and ACT online prep options in this post.

continue reading
David Recine

When Will the ACT Start Computer-Based Testing?

Word on the street is that the ACT will eventually ditch paper-based tests. But when will the ACT start computer-based testing?

continue reading
Thomas Broderick

How to Make the Most of Your ACT Prep Class

ACT prep class may feel like a chore, but it can be a great tool towards ACT success. In this article, learn how to take advantage of every minute.

continue reading
Kristin Fracchia

How to Choose the Best Online Test Prep for the SAT or ACT

Since we work in the test prep world, we spend a lot of time looking at test prep options for students, so we know that a lot of stuff out there is not all that great, or it’s really expensive and therefore not accessible to all students.
So how is a student to choose? Here’s some important advice on what to look for in an online test prep product.

continue reading
Kristin Fracchia

How to Use the ACT Website in Your ACT Prep

It’s crazy how many students don’t take advantage of the free resources on the ACT website. Lucky ducks, we made you this complete guide to all the best stuff…

continue reading
Kristin Fracchia

What Time Does the ACT Start?

The ACT requires all students to report no later than 8:00 AM on test day. After all students are checked in and fill out their information on their test booklets and answer sheets, the actual test generally begins around 8:30 AM…

continue reading
Kristin Fracchia

How Long Is the ACT?

The ACT is 2 hours and 55 minutes long without Writing and 3 hours and 35 minutes with Writing. All in all, you could spend up to 5 hours in the testing center…

continue reading