Omaha ACT Test Prep Questions

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How many times can a student take the ACT test?

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12 times.

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Does my student need to take the Writing test?

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The ACT Writing test is optional, but some colleges recommend or require the Writing test for acceptance and/or placement.  At www.actstudent.org search whether the Writing test is Required, Recommended, or Not Needed by your student’s colleges.  Even if a college states that the Writing test is Recommended, students should still take the Writing test to make their applications more competitive.

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How do I register my student for the ACT test?

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Go to www.actstudent.org to register.  You will need a credit card to pay for the fees.

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Have your two instructors really taken the ACT 75 times?

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Yes.  Patrick Coyle has taken the ACT 65 times since 1997!  Adam Snoza has taken the ACT 10 times.  Effective in 2010, the ACT imposed a lifetime limit of 12 tests.

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Do you offer a guarantee?

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No, but students can retake the course for free, no matter what their score improvement was.

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Do you offer the course online?

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No, we only offer an in-person seminar in Omaha, Nebraska.

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Which seminar should my student take?

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We recommend that students schedule the seminar so that they can attend every class and can complete all of the assignments.  Therefore, consider your student’s sport seasons, extracurricular activities, and time periods away from Omaha, Nebraska when choosing a seminar.

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What is the average score improvement after taking the seminar?

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The average increase in ACT Composite Score is 2.35.  This is calculated by comparing the ACT Composite Score of the first ACT test taken after completing the seminar to the highest ACT Composite Score prior to taking the seminar.  Many students, however, return to take the seminar again for free and increase their scores even more.