Think about anything you've ever learned to do really well. How did you get good at it? You almost certainly did these four things:
You got an expert to show you how to play
You learned the basic moves of the game and practiced them until they were easy
Then you practiced those moves in combination with each other
Finally, you played the game a lot.
The ACT is no different. You can get better than you ever imagined by following those four steps.
Instead of worrying about the results and what they mean, you can simply follow those four steps and trust the process. And even better, you can learn game mindset strategies to help you do your best work in high pressure situations.
We've already done it for you.
And we want you to try it for free for thirty days.
with weekly live broadcast classes. Our coaches will help you reinforce your new clear, simple approach to the game.
with our 150+ video lessons and exercises. We've broken down every aspect of the ACT game for you so that no matter what your starting point is, you can practice until it’s easy.
with mixed practice sections in every subject to help you learn when to use which move.
with our two full ACT practice tests.
Our Game Mindset training video series are specifically designed to teach you how to mentally prepare to play your best game, no matter how you’ve done on standardized tests in the past.
And in our specialized small-group workshops, our coaches will lead you in interactive, in-depth conversations to help you let go of past limitations and become a better, more confident test taker—and learn how to learn anything you want in the future!
And as a bonus…
One live online broadcast class and one free specialized small-group workshop of your choice!
“I practiced on Much Smarter ACT for several weeks prior to taking my actual ACT. I found that learning the problem types on the game before practicing combinations of problems was very helpful. I think it helped speed my progress toward my 34 score.”
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