Help your student rock the ACT by taking Greg Landry’s Homeschool ACT Prep Bootcamp! The key is to start early, preferably 9th grade!
Are you homeschooling a high schooler who plans to attend college? Then you’ve already started preparing them for the college admission exams, right? Don’t stress if your answer to the latter question is “no” – it’s not too late! And, I’ll tell you exactly how to get started!
Ideally, students should begin taking the ACT in the 9th or 10th grade, taking it two to three times per school year. (A student can take the ACT up to 12 times.)
The goal early on is to gain valuable experience and confidence by taking the test multiple times. This enables the student to do well when they take it for the final times in the 11th / 12th grade.
Imagine the difference between a student who takes the ACT for the first time in 12th grade versus your student who is thoroughly familiar with the test because they’ve prepared for it for years and have already taken it several times!
How to Prepare for the ACT
So, you’re convinced that early preparation for the ACT is key, but how do you go about it?
Greg Landry’s Homeschool ACT Prep Bootcamp is just what you (and your high schooler) need! Professor Landry is a veteran homeschool dad and former college professor who has taught several thousand homeschooled students and college students over the last 20 years. He has been teaching ACT prep for over 15 years!
Greg Landry’s Online ACT Prep Bootcamp
The ACT Prep Bootcamp focuses on ACT strategies, technique, familiarity, trend keys, question analysis, layout, question trends, similarities, patterns, and much more! Students will discover what the ACT is really testing and how to use that to their advantage. Plus, students will learn:
- How to recognize wrong answers designed to look like the right answer
- The huge mistake that 80% of students make on the test and how to avoid it
- The misconceptions that doom students to low scores on the science reasoning section and how to avoid them
- Strategies for choosing an answer when you don’t know the answer
- Exactly what you should spend time studying and what’s not a good use of your time
- How to exploit the advantages of an all multiple choice math test
- The two critical mistakes to avoid on the reading test
- And much, much more!
Wait, is it Too Late to Prep for the ACT?
What if your high schooler is beyond 9th grade and hasn’t started preparing for and taking the ACT yet? Don’t stress – just get started now!
In my opinion, the more prepared your student can get, the better! Even late preparation is better than no preparation at all!
So, what are you waiting for?
Sign up for the ACT Bootcamp Today:
Greg Landry’s next ACT Prep Online Bootcamp is from September 20 through October 21, 2022. That’s 4 weeks of laser-focused preparation to help your student rock the ACT!
Therefore, now’s the time to start! Your student’s ACT score could make the difference in a college acceptance decision or in thousands of dollars in scholarships and grants.
This post was originally published on September 8, 2022.