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ACT Registration Tips
We strongly recommend completing your ACT registration as soon as you’re certain about the test date. Some test centers fill up quickly! Find more info and register here.
When choosing a test date, consider what other obligations your child will have around that time. For example, they may not want to take the test close to final exams, vacation, or an important extra-curricular event. Also, give them enough time to study for the ACT!
Talk with your child’s guidance counselor as early as possible about securing accommodations (such as extended time or large-type materials). After you complete the ACT registration, a school official must submit your accommodations request and supporting documentation. Even if your child has an IEP or 504 plan, the school official will need to turn in this paperwork. Don’t wait until the last minute to take care of this! Learn more about ACT accommodations here.
We offer several options for taking a practice ACT, including proctored tests. A practice test will give your child a look at the format and types of questions, as well as a feel for the timing. You don’t want the real ACT to be their first experience with this important test!
After your child takes the practice test, we’ll provide you with a detailed score report and customized tutoring recommendations. Learn more here or give us a call!