ACT Prep using Skype: Private Tutoring Wherever You Are
A great score on the ACT can be the deciding factor on a college application. More and more students are realizing that they can dramatically improve their score, and thereby realize their academic dreams… with the help of a great ACT tutor. While classes can be helpful, one-on-one tutoring is still by far the most effective way to improve your ACT score. Thanks to advances in video conference technology (Skype, Google Hangouts, etc.), you needn’t leave your home in order to study with the best ACT tutors in the world.
Don’t have a car? Would you rather not commute to yet another commitment? Getting a perfect score on the ACT is hard. But getting to and from lessons with your ACT tutor doesn’t have to be. One-on-one, face-to-face ACT tutoring using Skype or other video conference technology, is a convenient alternative to conventional classroom tutoring, online courses, and ACT software. Our world class private tutors use real ACT questions to train you for success. We guarantee you will improve your ACT score by AT LEAST 3 points.
Our teaching method combines detailed analysis of real ACT questions from all subject areas with simple, proven strategies to allow you to be more efficient working through the test. Ultimately, you’ll understand not only what kind of questions you’ll face, but how to attack them. We use real ACT exams to review your strengths and weaknesses, and design a tutoring plan that will address each and every obstacle. One on one over Skype with your teacher, you’ll meet for short (1-1.5 hour) sessions scheduled at a pace that works best for you. Together, we can ensure that you’re entirely prepared for the ACT.
Our teachers make studying for the ACT fun (seriously!). We’ll help you will expand your knowledge and understand ACT testing methodology so you know what to expect on exam day. We are always available for questions up until the last minute. After the exam, we love when students stay in touch. We welcome the opportunity to help you beyond the ACT exam, and throughout the college admissions process.