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ACT Prep

The ACT and the SAT are standardized exams that are often used by colleges for college admission, scholarships and academic advising.

How we can help

We offer four-hour ACT workshops, online resources, and virtual office hours to help you learn about time-saving strategies to achieve your target score.

Jump into ACT prep!

ACT workshops are free, but pre-registration is required. Our ACT workshops cover all subject areas, time-saving strategies, and tips to help you achieve your target score.

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Register

We have produced an ACT Resources kit that includes a video of our full-length ACT Workshop (broken down by subjects), official ACT practice tests, and other ACT materials. You will be able to access these resources at any time and you can use these as you independently prepare for the ACT.

View ACT Resources
View ACT Resources

In collaboration with Get2College, Jackson Preparatory School periodically offers ACT subject-area prep for participants who live in and around the Jackson metro area. Check back for future dates.

A Get2College staff member will host virtual ACT office hours for one week during the summer. These workshops are VIRTUAL and will not be in-person. The workshop will consist of four (4) two-hour meetings Tuesday – Friday. These are designed for you to attend every day as different topics will be covered each day building on the previous day. Virtual ACT Office Hours are for MS residents only.

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Register for Office Hours

We have partnered with ACT expert and current Harvard student Kilando Chambers to provide free individual and small group virtual ACT tutoring sessions. Two one-hour long sessions are available 4 days per week and will cover ACT science, reading, math, and English. Students must schedule 12 hours in advance.

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Book Tutoring Session

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