ACT Preparation might rouse anxiety and fear in your heart. Like many students, you might have begun hearing murmurs about the ACT as early as middle school. As you progress through school, you hear horror stories, about how Johnny the valedictorian failed the test (there is no such thing as failing the ACT). Or you might have heard how Jenny, the perfect student, had a nervous breakdown during her final ACT. Now, when someone asks her a question, she stammers, “I need more time, I need more time! I didn’t finish! I’m smart…how could I not finish?!” And then she falls down and starts sobbing in a fetal position.
You hear these dreadful rumors about the ACT, imbuing it with ever more fearful properties. By the time you start preparing for the ACT, it has become this invincible chimera and you shudder at the mere invocation of its name. This is not unusual.
ACT Preparation without the Hype
With help from mcstutoring, you begin progressive desensitization. As you take Real Practice Tests and review them along with guidance by mcstutoring, you become more familiar with the test. This is important as the test morphs from a scary unknown to a benign task. As you encounter it yourself, you realize that it is challenging, but you can conquer parts of it. Gradually, you realize there is more and more you understand. You realize you can score a 31-32 without completing all the sections.
Keeping everything specific helps keep you focused. Without concrete goals and actions, you will find yourself adrift in the seas of self-doubt. Mcstutoring helps to keep everything specific to help keep you focused on what YOU can do, not what others are doing.
You can embark on the path to learning, to improving your ACT score point by point. Check the table above for upcoming test dates and registration deadlines. Then, set up an introductory session to let mcstutoring guide you through your ACT Preparation.