ACT Prep

ACT Prep

A Better Alternative to ACT Prep

FACT: Nearly all students read between 200 and 250 words per minute.

FACT: Full completion of the ACT requires a student to read at least 350 words per minute.

FICTION: A student that reads 250 WPM will develop the ability to read 350 WPM overnight because the test is so important.

It is nearly impossible for a student with average reading capabilities, no matter how smart or determined, to read, comprehend and provide a well thought out answer for every question on the test. So many ACT prep programs focus on teaching students how to guess at the end. These classes simply prepare you to get through the test. The ACT doesn’t penalize for wrong answers, so making sure each question is marked is a good idea. What if you could set down your pencil knowing that you answered every question to the best of your ability? No guessing; no skimming for keywords and hoping you caught enough.

Read Faster, Score Higher

It’s that simple. The numbers are irrefutable. For parents in doubt, we recommend taking our practice test. It is an exemplary test designed to illustrate the difficulty of the ACT test in a way that is realistically comparable, minimally time consuming and even a little bit comical. Give it a shot and learn why ACT Up Speed Reading is the only way to go for optimally effective ACT preparation. What have you got to lose? Unfortunately, the answer to that question isn’t the simple “nothing” you may expect. Students who score higher on the ACT are more likely to get accepted to better colleges and qualify for financial assistance. If you ask us, that’s a major win.

Contact ACT Up Speed Reading for ACT Prep

For one-of-a-kind ACT prep in Illinois or online, register with ACT Up Speed Reading today or call us at (847)829-0911.We teach in real classroom settings in and around Elgin, Barrington, Bartlett, Arlington Heights, Schaumburg, Aurora, Naperville, Orland Park, Tinley Park, and the city of Chicago. We also offer Skype sessions to out-of-state registrants.