Atclyff prepares students targeting University Entrance in the United States of America. Learn more about our services for ACT Prep Class, Course Review, and Private Tutoring below.
ACT is standardized test administered to students in high school, who are aiming for college and university acceptance. Most competitive admissions expect ACT sectional scores in the 30-35 range (max 36). A competitive ACT performance when students apply for matriculation enhances chances of admissions and merit-based scholarship consideration. Compared to SAT, ACT is more content intensive. The scope of the material has a significant overlap with that of the SAT.
Atclyff Team offers a rigorous review program for success on the ACT that is unique in comparison to other national prep courses, self-study guide books, and online platform material. Our approach is to diagnose each student's preliminary strengths and weaknesses on the contemporary ACT material, while we simultaneously evaluate the student's individual skill set. A custom study plan is prepared for the ACT student to ensure an effective ACT review and preparation to optimize the student's time and resources. If the student has completed a review course with a different team, that knowledge may be integrated into the program. The role of the expert teacher is to quickly teach the material that is not understood, and not consume time on the material the student already knows well.
The Atclyff team designs a custom tailored program to address each student's specific needs. The content of the course can vary depending on the academic background of the student. During the ACT Mathematics preparation, all question types are introduced in the order of numbers, algebra, geometry, statistics and probability, and most efficient strategies are established to optimize time and performance. The Atclyff teachers follow the official ACT publications and expose each student to all types of grammar and writing questions that will be on the ACT. Throughout the Verbal review, fundamental reading strategies are introduced and the best stylistic approach is adopted, because no one method of reading is universally applicable to every student. Foundational science methodology, passage analysis, graph and data interpretation are covered for the ACT Sciences review.