Most students don't worry about preparing for the ACT until the spring of their junior year, if at all. That is when many schools offer students a free attempt at the exam, so it stands to reason that students should begin to study around then, right?
Well, not exactly. Spring of any student's junior year is bound to be one of the busiest times they will encounter in high school. Most sports, extracurricular activities and competitions begin in this season. It's important to note, though, the ACT isn't only offered in the Spring. Students can take the exam in September, December, February and June as well.
Another option is to start preparing over the summer! Students will have little else going on and will be able to devote their full attention to getting a leg up on the ACT. iLearn Academy offers a comprehensive ACT program throughout the summer. Our program ends one week prior to the official ACT test in September, giving our students no time to let their test taking skills fade before their first attempt at this crucial test. Join us in taking advantage of the summer and get the score you need!