ACT Test Preparation Classes in Dubai

ACT

American College Testing (ACT) is a computer-based standardized exam that candidates seeking admission to institutions in the United States must take. It takes three hours and 35 minutes to complete the exam. It has four sections: English, Math, Reading and Science, as well as an optional Essay Writing portion. The final result is based on the average of four components on a scale of 1-36.Colleges and institutions utilize the ACT to assess your preparation for undergraduate studies. Although the ACT score is not the sole consideration in college admissions it is an essential one. While this test might be challenging and time-consuming, consistency and preparation are essential, and once you have completed it, you will have a better sense of which university is best for you. These tests are designed to measure skills that are most important for success in postsecondary education and that are acquired in secondary education

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Who should take ACT course?

As per ACT, anyone can apply for the test irrespective of age and academic grade levels, students in grades 6, 7, 8 and 9 can also apply for ACT exam in addition to high school graduates. Generally, the ACT is taken by the high school graduates in the USA and those abovethe age of 13years

ACT Exam Format

The four areas of the ACT exam are English, Math, Reading and Science. The Writing portion is an optional section that offers 30-40 minute writing prompt that specifies an issue as well as two perspectives on that subject wherein this section is not graded.
  • English: 75 questions in a 45-minute segment. Five texts are followed by multiple-choice questions in the English component. ACT test measures your ability to make decisions to revise and edit short texts and essays in different genres (grammar, sentence structure, punctuation and general English language proficiency).
  • Math: 60 questions in this 60-minute period. ACT test measures mathematical skills you have typically acquired in courses up to the beginning of grade 12. This part includes multiple choice questions that ask you to utilize reasoning abilities to answer practical issues in mathematics. On the test, you are allowed to use specific calculators.
  • Writing (optional): It is a 40-minute part which includes one writing prompt that measures writing skills taught in high school English classes and in entry-level college composition courses
  • Reading: 40 questions in a 35-minute session. It has four sections on themes such as natural and social sciences, psychology, history and so on. The test taker’s capacity to grasp what is clearly said and discern statements with inferred meanings is assessed in this portion.
  • Science: 40 questions in a 35-minute session. There are seven paragraphs in this section with questions about data presentation. The test assesses natural science skills such as interpretation, analysis, evaluation, reasoning and problem-solving skills required in biology, chemistry, Earth/space sciences and physics.

Pre-requisites

To take ACT exam, you must have a comprehensive high school level of understanding. The test is performed six times a year in the United States, US territories, Puerto Rico and Canada. There are five test dates in the remaining nations. ACT exam doesn’t contain

ACT Course Outline

The ACT preparation course will take 40 hours to complete. Our course consists of 20 sessions of 2 hours which includes lectures, practice tests and ample mock exams

Benefits of the ACT Course

  • Adept test-taking strategies such as how to outlook various sorts of issues, use the elimination process, control your time and avoid typical distractions.
  • Get ready for analytical writing, verbal and numeric reasoning principles as well as common question patterns.
  • Enhance your abilities by taking practice exams and keep a record of your progress.
  • Provides you tips to overcome exam anxiety and stay focused on the task.

ACT Test Preparation Schedules

Age
16 and above
Duration  40 hours
Timing 10:00 am to 12:00pm / 5:00 pm to 7:00pm (Online / In-site Flexible slots are also available)
Days Weekdays / Weekends
Medium of instruction English
Registration Requirements
  • A valid Passport copy / national ID card of the student
Teachers/Students Ratio 1:5

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