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Why Enhanced Prep?

Many tutoring companies claim that they can help students increase their test scores, but very few can support those claims and almost none of them focus on a student's ultimate goal - getting into their dream school. Nowadays, it takes more than a single strong test score to get into college. Students have got to have the grades and the test scores and then some. At Enhanced Prep, we provide a truly customizable approach to tutoring, focusing on each student's specific needs. We match students with the right tutor who can help them study for a biology test one day and prep for their upcoming college entrance exam the next.
Top-Tier Tutors
Our professional tutors have a minimum of 5 years’ experience helping students get into their dream schools. Other leading services require as little as ½ a year’s experience.
No two students are the same. Enhanced Prep tutors create a unique game plan for each student following an assessment of their individual strengths and weaknesses.
Team-Based Approach
We bring students, parents, tutors and advisors together as a team to build student confidence throughout the process and share notes and recap videos after each session.

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How Enhanced Prep Maximizes Scores

Our learning model, the Three Pillars, helps students maximize their standardized test scores.


Every Enhanced Prep journey begins with a diagnosis of a student’s individual strengths and weaknesses. College entrance exams test a wide variety of concepts. We identify which concepts will be most valuable for students to focus on so they can maximize their accuracy on test day.



Enhanced Prep tutors will provide each student with different tips and tricks to help them save time on the test without sacrificing accuracy. Equipped with these strategies, students will be able to see a question and know the best approach to answer it and avoid pesky test traps.


Game Plan

So, you’ve mastered the content of the test and you know how to approach the different kinds of questions on the test. What’s next? Each student will receive a unique game plan detailing how much time they should spend on each section of the test, the order in which they should take the test and more!


How Enhanced Prep ACT Tutoring Helps Test-Takers

Enhanced Prep is an elite, world-class tutoring service that uses a proven methodology and holistic approach to tutoring in order to help students get the grades, get the score and get into their dream school. This means that we always take a student-centered approach in our tutoring that focuses on every student's individual goals and needs, thus creating a unique experience that can be most beneficial to everyone. Not only do we tailor our tutoring to every student's needs, our tutors work through practice questions with tutees in order to familiarize them with the ways in which they might encounter this information. This intensive practice best prepares students for the big test day by ensuring that they are comfortable not only with the test content itself, but the manner in which it will be tested.

Get the grades, get the score, get the school

Our tutoring elevates everything, including grades, test scores, and the confidence students have both in school and standardized testing.
In order to keep with our promise of providing world-class tutoring services, we only ever hire tutors with a minimum of 5 years' experience, thus ensuring that every ACT tutor on our team is a professional in their field. Our dedication to only providing the most experienced tutors to our students guarantees that the ACT help that they find with us will be of the highest quality.

Online ACT Tutors at Enhanced Prep

The ACT consists of four mandatory subtests in English, reading, mathematics, and science which are comprised of 75, 40, 60, and 40 questions respectively. The time limits allotted for these subtests varies, with English receiving 45 minutes, reading 35 minutes, 60 minutes for mathematics, and 35 minutes for science. For all of these sections, questions are presented in a selected-response format, with some being based on reading passages. In addition to these, students may opt to take an optional writing test that consists of one essay prompt to be written within 40 minutes.
When preparing for the ACT exam, the best choice that students can make is to reach out for help from our team of ACT tutors here at Enhanced Prep. We always create a unique game plan for each of our students by focusing on the information they need to focus on the most and discussing what test-taking strategies can work best for them. Every one of our students can rest assured that their learning experience is being guided by not just a single tutor, but an entire team in which every online ACT tutor is devoted to their success. Our methods of preparing for these have been proven to work, with 95% of our students gaining admission into their top-choice schools after receiving our help. As if this alone does not speak to the power of our tutoring approach, families that use Enhanced Prep refer an average of 3 students to us due to their positive experiences. So, reach out to us today and begin your journey toward reaching your academic goals with our online ACT help.

The ACT Exam

The ACT is a common college entrance exam that is used to determine whether or not students are prepared to enter into undergraduate college study programs, as well as whether they might be eligible for academic scholarships in some institutions. Not only this, the ACT provides the school districts that students are enrolled in with important insights that can be used to better prepare them to succeed in a post-secondary program. This assessment is typically taken by students in the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades, with many schools mandating that students take it at least once. When preparing for these exams, students can always reach out to our team here at Enhanced Prep, where we will determine what strategies will work best for them to maximize their chances of succeeding and getting into their top schools.

Frequently Asked Questions

What test should I be taking?

One test does not fit all – students should take the test that highlights their strengths! The ACT is typically best suited for students stronger in reading comprehension and English, while the SAT is usually a better fit for students with stronger skills in Math. Not sure which test is the best option for you? We’ve got you covered. Contact us today for a consultation and find out which test suits you best!

How should I prepare for The ACT?

When preparing for the ACT, it is important first and foremost to set aside plenty of time before the date of the exam. This ensures that students can get the most practice possible, meaning that they can be familiar with the content and style of the exam. In order to further maximize the benefits of studying, an ACT tutor from Enhanced Prep's team can work to challenge students, and to help them adhere to personalized study plans. Each of our tutors is fully prepared to work with test-takers individually and identify what content they need to focus on, and to determine what test-taking strategies are best suited for each student. Through these proven methods, we ensure that every student can go into their ACT tests with the confidence that they need to succeed.

Is the ACT hard?

The ACT assesses students' knowledge of English, reading, mathematics, and science at a high school level. As such, they should expect to encounter topics in these subjects up to a secondary education level, including interpreting written passages, understanding grammatical concepts and the meaning of language in different contexts, carrying out mathematical operations such as working with different functions and analyzing data, and critiquing and designing experimental setups and data. Because of the wide range of topics that students can encounter on the ACT, it is recommended that they begin preparations as early as possible to effectively review and retain important information. Further, these efforts can be even better supplemented with online ACT tutoring from our expert team here at Enhanced Prep to guide you toward success.

How many times can I retake the ACT?

Fortunately for those wanting to improve their ACT scores, the ACT can be taken a total of twelve times. When retaking the ACT, all four subtests must be taken together. However, individual subtest scores can be combined from different attempts to give a student's superscore at participating universities. Otherwise, the highest composite score from any single attempt can be used. There is no minimum time limit that must elapse between retakes, but these attempts are limited to the availability of testing dates. As such, students will have time between attempts that can be used to review materials and practice for their next attempt, which can be further aided with the help of Enhanced Prep's tutoring team to improve scores as much as possible.

Are calculators allowed on The ACT?

When attending an ACT assessment, students are allowed to bring a calculator to use on the mathematics subtest. This includes most four-function, scientific, and graphing calculators. However, external algebra functions are not permitted on any calculators used on the test. In addition to calculators, students may bring a mask, a number 2 pencil, a timing device, and snacks to be consumed during break periods. Students also must bring their admission ticket and a valid, government-issued photo ID to be admitted into the testing space. Students are also asked not to bring cell phones or other electronic devices, written notes or other reference materials, or recording devices with them into the testing space.

How is the ACT scored?

The four mandatory subtests of the ACT are scored individually on a scale ranging from 1 to 36. These subtest scores are then averaged to determine the composite score of an attempt. The writing score can be added to this; scores range from 2 to 12. While no score is universally considered to be passing, different universities will require different scores for admissions and for consideration for academic scholarships. When students receive their ACT score reports, they will see each of their subtest scores as well as their composite, STEM, and ELA scores. The composite is a blend of math and science scores, and the ELA is English and reading (plus writing, should it be selected).

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