No matter how good of a test taker you were in high school, you can still help your child have a successful ACT test day.
New Year’s resolutions. They’re ambitious, yet intimidating; full of hope, yet all too easily forgotten. And for teens, they’re just plain overwhelming. “While balanced perspective can be challenging for adults, it is often daunting for teenagers. Impulsivity reigns supreme during adolescence – often limiting our aspirations,” says psychotherapist and Mental Gym founder, Bill Benson, who […]
The December ACT is the last ACT test date of the year! In this article, learn about everything you can do to have a successful test day!
Excellent news for ELL (English Language Learner) students taking the ACT. Starting fall 2017, ELL students will be able to request special supports during the ACT. This is a first—not just for ACT, but also for the entire field of high-stakes standardized testing. In this post, we’ll discuss the support some ELL students will receive […]
There’s a lot to know in order to do well on the ACT Math Test. In this article, review 15 key concepts that will help you succeed on test day!
Is the ACT a valid assessment? In this article, find out how ACT makes its test a great predictor for college success!
Weighted averages confuse a lot of students on the ACT, but they shouldn’t! Follow our simple process to learn how to tackle ACT Math Weighted Averages.
One of the first things a lot of test-takers ask is “What’s a good ACT score?” There are a couple of ways of answering this; our ACT Score Range post takes a look at some of them. What we’ll do in this post is examine another way of evaluating scores, through the ACT standard deviation. […]
If you’re struggling with ratios on the ACT Math, check out this Magoosh article about the basics and how ratios come up on the ACT.
Build up your ACT confidence by learning what’s on the test. Check out our ACT test outline to learn about the different sections.