The ACT is the leading US college admissions test that measures what you learn in high school to determine your academic readiness for college. The ACT contains multiple-choice tests in four areas: English, math, reading and science. ACT’s writing test is optional and will not affect your composite score.
What are the average score increases of Curvebreakers’ students on the ACT?
Based on real student score data from the 2018-2019 school year.
One of the most frequently asked questions we get asked is how to begin the test prep process. If your student has never taken an official or practice ACT, we recommend students start with a full-length, timed ACT exam. We can accommodate students who qualify for extended time on the exam.
Full-length Timed Practice Exams at Curvebreakers
Students who are new to Curvebreakers may take their first two tests for FREE and will receive their cumulative scores only. All students have the option to add on the Diagnostic Score Analysis for an in-depth view of their test performance.
The Diagnostic Score Analysis is a crucial part of the improvement process at Curvebreakers, which is why all students with private tutoring packages receive unlimited diagnostic practice exams at no extra cost.
About The Exam
|Section||# of Questions||Time Allowed||Extended Time|
|English||75||45 min||68 min|
|Math||60||60 min||90 min|
|Reading||40||35 min||53 min|
|Science||40||35 min||53 min|
Tips to Improve Your Score
Tip #1: Take as many practice tests as you can! Curvebreakers offers practice tests every weekend.
Tip #2: Take more than one official ACT exam to accumulate the highest possible ACT Superscore.
ACT Test Prep: 6 Steps to Success
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