Frequently Asked Questions
When and where are your ACT events?
We are prepared to offer boot camps immediately before each administered ACT. The ACT is offered seven times throughout the year in the months of September, October, December, February, April, June, and July.
Do you offer SAT classes?
No, we do not offer SAT classes. We love working with our students in our boot camps and ACT prep courses! However, we are also full-time teachers with families at home. We just do not have the time to create and provide the same products for the SAT at this time. However, we do offer private tutoring sessions for students who are seeking to improve their SAT scores. Private tutoring sessions are $40 per hour. Contact us to schedule private tutoring.
Should I sign up for ACT Boot Camp or class ACT?
We offer two opportunities for students to choose from for their ACT prep needs. Students will need to consider their testing goals and current status to determine which class to sign up for. Students who primarily need test-taking tips and time-management strategies may choose to attend the ACT Boot Camp. Students who need more content instruction than can be offered in the ACT Boot Camp should choose the Class ACT course. In general, students who wish to signficantly increase their ACT score should sign up for the more time intensive Class ACT course.
How do I register for your ACT classes or sign up for private tutoring?
What are your fees and do you offer any discounts?
ACT Boot Camp - $100 (includes course materials, snacks, and test-day pack)
How and when do I pay for your ACT classes once I register?
We recommend that you pay for your class as soon as possible after registering. All classes must be pre-paid in full. You may choose from the following options:
When should I take your ACT classes?
Although we have had 9th through 12th graders attend our classes, juniors and seniors make up the majority of our students. We recommend that students begin the process no later than the fall of their junior year to ensure that they have plenty of time to achieve their testing goals.
Do students outside of Troup County take your classes?
YES! We have students from both public and private schools and inside and outside of Troup County attend our classes! We have had students come from all across Georgia and Alabama. You never know who you may meet at one of our classes!
Do you provide a money-back guarantee?
It doesn't happen often, but if your COMPOSITE score does not increase after taking our Class ACT course, we will work with you until it does! Although we do not offer a money-back guarantee, if your composite score does not increase after attending our course, you are invited to attend the next Class ACT course for half price. Please note that you must have attended all five sessions for the entire time in order to take advantage of this offer.
Do you offer make-up classes if I have to miss a session of the Class ACT class?
No, we do not offer make-up sessions for missed classes. However, we will provide any material that you missed to you when you return. You will need to catch up on what you missed outside of class.
What can I do to achieve my best score?
Students who maximize their performance on the ACT are coachable. In other words, they do what we tell them to do consistently. Students will achieve their best results by following our test-taking tips, time-management strategies, and by practicing on a weekly basis. Athletes have proven over and over again how hard work and repetition affect their performance. The same can be said for a student's ACT results.
Can I retake the class ACT course for a discounted price?
Absolutely! If you have previously taken our Class ACT course and you are still working to achieve your testing goal, you are welcome to retake the course for half price as many times as you would like.
How much will my score increase after taking the class ACT course?
Unfortunately, we cannot blindly predict how much a student's score will increase. There are many factors which will influence student performance. A student's baseline score, content knowledge, academic ability, and work ethic are factors which play a role. Additionally, students who have testing anxiety, do not get a good night's sleep, or do not eat a good breakfast can negatively impact their ACT performance.