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ACT Prep

A successful ACT Prep plan begins by making sure your student is taking the exam that’s right for them. 

How We Teach

At Lee Tutoring, we know that most students will perform better on one test over the other. We tailor our exam preparation to your student’s strengths. That means that if we think a student should switch tests, our experts will let them know. 

With the ACT’s shorter time limits, strategy is key. Our ACT Prep process focuses on time management and budgeting to make sure your student gets all the questions right that they can. 

"Lee Tutoring supported our daughter to significantly improve her ACT score, all the while making the test prep process an enjoyable experience."
- Erika S.
St. Pete Parent

What's the Difference?

The ACT takes around the same time as the SAT, and tests students on similar material. Both tests are widely accepted by schools, and scores can be quickly compared across the two exams. However, the ACT is broken up into four sections, compared to the SAT’s three. The ACT combines the SAT’s two Math sections, and adds a Science section. More sections means more opportunities to improve a Superscore – but it also means the timing is tighter. If you or your student has taken the ACT a few times and still aren’t comfortable, it may be time to consider the SAT. You can read more about our approach to the SAT here: Lee Tutoring SAT Prep.

Why ACT Prep?

Students (and our tutors) choose the ACT for a variety of reasons. For students who get a lot of questions right but end up running out of time, strategy goes a long way toward improving their scores. For students interested in STEM, the Science section can showcase their strengths. And for students worried about their schedule, the ACT is offered on a different schedule from the SAT. Above all of these, though, are results. Our ACT Prep tutors will make sure the next test your student takes is right for them.

To register for an upcoming ACT, click HERE!

Is your student taking the right test?

We’ll help you figure it out.