Summer is just around the corner, and the new school year will be here before you know it! If your high school student is planning to take the ACT, you may be wondering what they can do to prepare. BYU ACT Prep courses can help!
Online ACT Prep
Our online ACT courses can help students sharpen strategy skills and gear up for the big test day. These provide maximum flexibility because the course is remote and can be taken at home or anywhere you may be. During this online course, students attend live-streamed classes on Thursdays from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Mountain Time.
In-Person ACT Prep
For an intensive in-person experience, your student may want to go to an ACT Prep course on Labor Day weekend (September 2-5, 2022) in one of these locations:
The Provo (BYU) location is also holding summer ACT prep courses on these dates:
- June 6-8, 2022
- June 8-10, 2022
- July 11-13, 2022
- July 13-15, 2022
Additional intensive weekends are available at these times and locations:
- Tucson, Arizona, May 27-30, 2022
- Littleton, Colorado, May 27-30, 2022
- Dallas, Texas, May 27-30, 2022
- Tacoma, Washington, August 25-27, 2022
- Beaverton, Oregon, August 25-27, 2022
Why Take an ACT Course?
Focus on Progression
This course is geared toward improvement—students take a practice ACT test at the beginning and end of the course, which tells them how much they have learned and exactly what they need to work on to achieve the best scores possible.
Our ACT courses stand out because they cost less than other courses—just $399 versus $899 or more. As a nonprofit education provider, we offer outstanding value. The course includes the Official ACT Guide, the Kaplan ACT Prep Plus, and a semester-length online course!
High School Credit
As part of the online resources, students gain access to BYU Independent Study’s online ACT course, which earns a one-semester high school (0.5) elective credit. Contact your school to verify that it will accept the elective credit. Additional enrollment and an additional $50 fee are required, as well as the completion of additional online activities to receive credit.
On top of the textbooks and Independent Study course, students also get 16 hours of instruction. Our specialized instructors dive deep into each subject to teach meaningful test-taking skills and study methods that help raise test scores. Instructors break down the ACT into manageable parts, focusing on study and test-taking strategies. Instructors will even help them learn how to cope with test anxiety and time management.
Time to get ready! Click the links above to register now for a BYU ACT Prep course!