ACT Prep Workshops

Get2College is making available free ACT Prep Workshops for students who have never taken the ACT or students who want to increase their scores. We offer both full ACT Workshops covering all subject areas and workshops for individual subject areas. The workshops cover tips to achieve your target score and time-saving strategies. Resource materials, including a practice test, are provided. The Jackson Center also provides workshops for adult students who applying to college for the first time, going back to college or needing a sub-score for an academic program such as Nursing.

There is no charge to attend a workshop, but pre-registration is required. Registration opens at 6:00 a.m. on the date designated.

IF YOU REGISTER AND FIND YOU CANNOT ATTEND, YOU MUST CANCEL 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE OR YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO REGISTER FOR ANOTHER DATE.

Students arriving 15 minutes late will not be allowed to enter the prep room. If you are running late and make appropriate arrangements, an exception can be made.

Check our schedules below for both Full ACT workshops and Intensive ACT Subject Workshops at the three Get2College Centers.
Jackson Center Workshops for High School Students
Jackson Center Workshops for Adults
Gulf Coast Center Workshops
North Mississippi Center Workshops

ACT TIPS

Check out our short videos of ACT Tips on the Get2College YouTube Channel:
Area of Complex Figures
Tone and Attitude Questions
Science Knowledge on ACT
Purpose Questions – English ACT
Math Questions with Notes
Time Management for ACT Reading
Using Locators – ACT Science
Answering ACT Questions
Spot of the Day
Short and Concise (ACT English)
Using Logic for ACT Geometry
Conflicting Scientists Passage
Process of Elimination on the ACT
Cover and Predict
Using the Answer-ACT Math Strategy
Taking Notes in the Science Section
Answering English Questions on the ACT
Process of Elimination
ACT Reading Passages
Approaching English Passages
Approaching the Science Section
Cover and Predict
Keep Your Mind Focused and Active
Plugging In
Speed Reading
Order of Difficulty
English Strategy
Science Strategy
Substitute to Simplify
Timed Practice
Trust Your Ear But Verify
Using the Answer
Using Logic