ACT




GET PREPARED FOR THE ACT BY THE EUROPEAN LEADER


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     What is the ACT?

    The ACT is an entrance test used by most colleges and universities to make admissions decisions.


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     Who uses the ACT?

    Students planning to study at a higher education institution, English-language learners who want to track their progress, and students and workers applying for visas.


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     How to register?

    The ACT is given 7 times per year. All students taking the ACT outside of the U.S. must register online by clicking the link




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ACT 1 on 1


  • Private Tutoring
  • Study At Your Own Pace
  • Question Bank
  • Practice Tests
40€/h

ACT ANYWHERE


  • Videos
  • Question Bank
  • Adaptive Technology
  • Practice Tests
150€



MEET OUR TEACHERS


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Hubert

GMAT 800-24 years of experience /

Over 3,000 students taught


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Raphael

GMAT 750-6 months of experience /

10+ students taught


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Jennifer

32 years of experience /

Over 4,000 students taught


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Konstantinos

18 years of experience /

Over 2,000 students taught





What Our Students Say


"I opted for the self-study package because my senior year schedule left me no time for group classes. I want to double major in math and biology and focused on getting a top score on the Science & Math sections of the ACT. I got a nearly perfect score in both thanks to the 1,300 practice questions. I scored 35 overall and got into Johns Hopkins, my first choice.”


"I’ve always been interested in both the humanities and sciences. Getting into Brown University’s joint 8-year undergrad and medical school program was my dream. My weak point was test-taking skills. I also hadn’t learned how to manage my stress. She gave me the keys to effective test-taking. I scored 37 and was accepted to the program.”


“I felt like a runner who learned how to internalize time management before an important race. The coaching and taking the 6 full-length tests under “real” test conditions helped me improve. I got an ACT composite score of 36 and was accepted to Georgetown."