ACT

In response to the uncertainty of the COVID-19 situation, the ACT and College Board have rescheduled upcoming ACT and SAT test dates to keep students safe and healthy.

ACT Changes

The April 4, 2020, test date has been moved to June 13, 2020. Students registered for the April 4th test date will be given the option of rescheduling to June 13th or to a future test date. The ACT will be sending registered students an email in the next few days with instructions on how to reschedule.

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ACT and SAT Test Day

  • Posted By: Celena Alduenda
  • March 11, 2020

The day is finally here. You have practiced, studied, and practiced some more. The last step is to make sure you are prepared for test day.

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Test Innovators Tutoring

  • Posted By: Melissa Kinsler
  • March 9, 2020

Test Innovators tutors are here to help your student succeed. Our tutors provide test prep, academic support or enrichment, and everything in between.

Why Test Innovators Tutoring?

Expert Tutors: We are highly selective and only work with the best. Our tutors work with hundreds of students each year.

Accessible and Flexible: Tutoring is done online so you can learn from anywhere. Our tutors have flexible schedules, so you can choose the times that work best for you.

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Every student is different, and every student’s test prep needs are different too. Test Innovators’ online platform provides every student with a Personalized Prep Plan, targeted to an individual’s specific needs. The Prep Plan provides guidance on next steps and auto-generates specific recommendations for practice to complete.

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Time management is an essential skill on standardized tests, like the SSAT, ISEE, ACT, and SAT. The timing restriction is one aspect of the test designed to challenge students, but with practice you can gain the skills and strategies to master it.

Test Innovators helps students prepare for every component of the test. Learning test-taking strategies and skills, especially effective time management, is an important part of preparing for the test.

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The ACT Writing Section

  • Posted By: Celena Alduenda
  • February 11, 2020

The ACT Writing section is optional, but some schools require it—be sure to check your prospective schools’ application instructions. The team here at Test Innovators wants to ensure you are fully prepared for all parts of the test, including the Writing section.

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2019 Year in Review

  • Posted By: Test Innovators
  • January 23, 2020

2019 was a major year of growth for Test Innovators. To date, we have helped 135,000+ students, and those students have answered more than 20 MILLION questions on our platform. To support this growth, our team nearly doubled in size, so we can continue to enhance student learning.

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ACT Scoring

  • Posted By: Celena Alduenda
  • January 17, 2020

How is the ACT scored? When and how do you see your scores? How do you send scores to schools you’re applying for?

The team here at Test Innovators has the answers!

How is the test scored?
The multiple-choice sections (English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science) are scored by counting all of your correctly answered questions and converting that number into a scaled score from 1-36. Remember, there is no penalty for incorrect answers. The Composite (overall) score is the average of the four multiple-choice sections.

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7 Study Tips to Reduce Anxiety During the Test Prep Process

  • Posted By: Alika Gillard
  • January 14, 2020

With an important exam on the horizon, it is completely normal to feel some test anxiety. However, we have some great tips on how to reduce test anxiety and study effectively while you prepare to take the exam.

Tip 1: Study a little bit every day.

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Inside the ACT

  • Posted By: Celena Alduenda
  • January 9, 2020

One critical aspect of test preparation is familiarizing yourself with the test so there are no surprises on test

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