ACT Test Prep

ACT Test Prep

Solidify Your Child’s Future with ACT Test Prep

It’s well known that the ACT test challenges students in intelligence and reading comprehension. Because of this, most ACT test prep classes focus on review and techniques such as guessing before the clock runs out. But if this was an effective method, then a student who regularly achieves A grades should have no problem getting a good score, right? As much as we’d all like to believe it, that assumption is wrong. Unfortunately, a lot of parents aren’t aware of this fact until their child has already received a life-impacting score.

The Missing Piece of ACT Test Prep

At ACT Up Speed Reading, we address the real issue. We teach our students how to read faster so they have a chance to answer every question on the test. In this way, students are free to complete the test to the best of their ability. From this, we usually see students increase an average of four points per test. In some circumstances, we have witnessed as much as a ten-point jump on a single test. Here are some reasons our revolutionary ACT test prep comes so highly recommended by students, parents, teachers and administrators alike:

  • The numbers don’t lie
  • A small, one-time fee provides a lifetime of value
  • The program was carefully crafted by a qualified and knowledgeable educator
  • Passionate teachers keep our sessions fun and interesting
  • We deliver results

If you are seeking a statistically proven method of ACT test prep to help your student succeed, you’ve come to the right place!

Contact ACT Up Speed Reading for ACT Test Prep

Is your student getting ready to retake the ACT test in hopes of improving their score? For ACT test prep in Illinois or online, register with ACT Up Speed Reading today by calling us at (847) 829 0911 or fill out or contact form. 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.