Looking to Improve Your ACT Score? Let Us Help
We believe it all begins with learning how to read faster. Sign your child up for a course with ACT Up Speed Reading. To improve the ACT score, we invite you to try us out today. Just one three-hour session can help students increase their reading speed by an average of 100 WPM. This enables them to complete the test in a full and timely manner. Our program provides you with proven results. In fact, our students have an average score increase of four points. Additionally, our student satisfaction surveys score us at 99.8% overall.
Many other traditional ACT prep courses teach students how to make best guesses in order to complete the test. This is not an accurate or effective way to take a test. Our methodology will stay with students through college and beyond into their careers. Are your child’s ACT scores too low to get into the college they really want? Invest in success with us.
The Future of Success
Our teachers are qualified, dedicated educators who can attest to the effectiveness of the program. They truly have the best interests of your child in mind, as they are passionate about what they do. We promise results that are the same or better when it comes to ACT improvement. It just entails one three-hour session!
While traditional methods of ACT improvement can certainly help students in some ways, we think they do an overall disservice to students. Why? They don’t address the core issue. That issue is: learning how to read faster and more effectively so as to finish the test in its entirety while improving reading comprehension.
Contact ACT Up Speed Reading to Improve ACT Scores
If you would like to improve your ACT scores, it’s time to register for a session with ACT Up Speed Reading today. Start by filling out our contact form or calling us at (847) 829 0911. We teach in real classroom settings in and around Elgin, Barrington, Bartlett, Arlington Heights, Naperville, Chicago and surrounding areas. Or, try a one-to-one Skype session by filling out our contact form.