ACTprepCore & Core+
More than 70% of students who follow the Five Pillars of Success achieve a 5-point composite increase or at least a 32 superscore!
The Five Pillars of Success
If a student follows the Five Pillars of Success for the 13 weeks of their program, they will likely achieve results they currently believe impossible.
Check-in every day of the program. (Less than 30 seconds).
Send in your goals completely filled out at least 3 days per week.
Maintain an 80%
quiz score average.
Do at least 1.5 hours of prep
per day, six days per week.
Keep a find-a-way attitude towards hitting your goal score each week.
If a student is able and willing to commit to the five pillars of success, there is
no more successful program in America.
Why choose ACTprep.com?
|Hours of Live Instruction||26+||33+|
|1.75 Hours One-on-One Sessions||0||4|
|Who is this program recommended for?||All Students||Students starting with below a 26 superscore or who struggle with English or math.|
|Expected Increase||5 points||5 points|
|Duration||13 Weeks||13 Weeks|
|When Do Live Sessions Happen?||Sundays 4-6 pm ET||Sundays 4-6 pm ET|
|Where do Sessions happen?||Online: Via Zoom|
In-Person: Knoxville, TN PSCC (Hardin Valley Campus.
|Online: Via Zoom|
In-Person: Knoxville, TN PSCC (Hardin Valley Campus).
|Workload||1.5-2 Hours Per Day, 6 Days Per Week||1.5-2 Hours Per Day, 6 Days Per Week|
We recommend students start prep as soon as they can after they complete algebra 2 and geometry. For many students, this is the summer after their sophomore year. However, most students do our program during or after their junior year. We HIGHLY encourage students to take an official ACT prior to starting the program.
Students who desire a 5-point composite increase and have the willingness to put in the work. Students starting with a 26 or greater will have the opportunity to join the Leadership Team.
Yes, it is highly recommended students take an official ACT prior to the start of the program. However, if they cannot do this, we do have other means of helping them get a base score.
There is about four to six hours of work for students to do PRIOR to the first day of class. This includes things they need to read, apps the need to download, doing an orientation with their coach, and preparing for a quiz that will happen on the first day of class. After you sign up, an enrollment coordinator will reach out to you to help students get all of this done. However, please budget this time to ensure the student is set up for success.