What Parents Should Expect and Do
The ACT requires team work. Be a team player, not just a spectator.
Understand what the ACT is and is not.
Understand the administrative and academic components of the ACT test.
Try taking an ACT test yourself or at the very least glance over each section!
Schedule your child’s work in advance.
Use summer time, when your child has less academic demands And / Or,
Use fall break, spring break and other short school breaks to take advantage of the ‘extra’ time.
Schedule a series of tests, both in sections and full tests.
Set realistic progress goals for the child.
Record and monitor your child’s progress.
Allow downtime for the child.