The ACT: Reading Section

Wednesday, November 22, 2017 from 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM (EST) More Information →

Students can come and learn the structure and format of each test section of the ACT. The class will also cover useful strategies that students can use to improve their score, as well as common mistakes that keep new test-takers from reaching their goal score. At each class, we’ll discuss some of the common questions and concerns that high school juniors and seniors have about entering college, then we’ll do an in-depth presentation of a particular test section, followed by an interactive Kahoot quiz.

All guests will leave with a copy of either the full ACT test or that class’ test section.

To access presentation materials for any of these classes, as well as a collection of practice tests, go to this link: bit.ly/actfolder

**Parents, please keep in mind that this is a voluntary class offered for free to all library patrons. If your child cannot attend a class they have signed up for, or simply does not want to attend, please remember to call in and let us know so we can open up their spot to another student. If an attendee misses more than two classes without any contact, they will forfeit their spots in any future ACT class.

Ages 12 and up.