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57% of students increase their composite ACT score when they retake the test while 21% of students have no change in their score.


If you don't do well in the ACT, you can appear for the SAT. Visit www.collegeboard.org for more information


Our programmes are structured yet flexible; proceed at your own pace


KGC is dedicated to providing the best test prep services for competitive exams


Overview of ACT

The ACT tests reading, writing and math skills. The exam has an additional writing test which is optional. Besides the English, Math, and Reading, there is a Science section which tests your interpretation and analysis skills. There is no negative marking in the ACT and you can guess without penalty. The score range for the ACT is 1-36.

Structure


Test Questions Time Content
English 75 Questions 45 minutes Measures standard written English and rhetorical skills.
Mathematics 60 Questions 60 minutes Measures mathematical skills students have typically acquired in courses taken up to the beginning of grade 12.
Reading 40 Questions 35 minutes Measures reading comprehension.
Science 40 Questions 35 minutes Measures the interpretation, analysis, evaluation, reason- ing, and problem solving skills required in the natural sciences.
Optional Writing Test 1 prompt 40 minutes Measures writing skills emphasized in high school English classes and in entry- level college composition courses.

ACT Science Test

One of the four sections of the ACT is a Science test. The purpose of this test is to measure a student’s interpretation, analysis, evaluation, reasoning, and problem-solving skills required in the natural sciences. However, this test can be done by students who have never studied science before and should not be a deterrent in taking the ACT. Generally, the Science Test is conducted last (after English, Math and Reading but before the optional writing test) and hence a student may be tired by the time he or she reaches the Science test. Be aware of this and practice full length exams under timed conditions.

More about ACT

ACT is widely accepted at US institutes. If time permits, it might be a good idea to take the SAT as well as the ACT and then send the best scores to the institutes you are applying to.

KGC Approach


We are dedicated to providing the best test preparation services for standardized tests.

Students who prepare for ACT with us follow a systematic schedule of lectures and practice sections designed to cover all areas of the test. Our video lectures introduce the key techniques for effective test preparation, and our expert tutors are available to explain particular problem areas and to solve difficulties encountered in class work and homework.

Our program is structured yet flexible: Students proceed through the course at their own pace. The course is designed to be completed in 12 weeks, but we can arrange an accelerated or extended program.

Students complete our specially designed, timed, computer-based study units and simulated tests during class, and complete tests from the Official ACT book for homework. We place particular emphasis on building a strong foundation in grammar, reasoning and reading skills, and math concepts. We also train students in effective essay writing.

To top it up, there is a series of mock tests at the end of the course. And like all other KGC services we can offer the entire ACT training course online. If you would like to avail of our coaching, please contact us.

KGC ACT PREP
COURSE STRUCTURE


Week 1

 
Verbal
Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 1
Grammar Lecture
Video
Reading Comprehension Lecture
Video
Essay Lecture
Video
Drill One:    
Reading Test 1
Video
Wriitng Test 1
Video
Essay 1
Video
Science Test 1
Video
Drill Two:    
Reading Test 2
Video
Wriitng Test 2
Video
Essay 2
Video
Science Test 2
Video
Fundamentals:    
Permutation & Combination
Video
Probability
Video
Number Properties
Video
Statistics
Video
Drill One:    
Reading Test 1
Video
Wriitng Test 1
Video
Essay 1
Video
Science Test 1
Video
       
HOME WORK
Official Guide
Video
Drill Two:    
Reading Test 2
Video
Wriitng Test 2
Video
Essay 2
Video
Science Test 2
Video

Week 2

 
Verbal
Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 2
Drill Three:    
Reading Test 3
Video
Wriitng Test 3
Video
Essay 3
Video
Science Test 3
Video
Drill Four:    
Reading Test 4
Video
Wriitng Test 4
Video
Essay 4
Video
Science Test 4
Video
Algebra:    
Inequalities
Video
KACTA Drill 1
Video
KACTA Drill 2
Video
       
HOME WORK
Official Guide
Video
KACTA Drill 3
Video
KACTA Drill 4
Video

Week 3

 
Verbal
Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 3
Drill Five:    
Reading Test 5
Video
Wriitng Test 5
Video
Essay 5
Video
Science Test 5
Video
Drill Six:    
Reading Test 6
Video
Wriitng Test 6
Video
Essay 6
Video
Science Test 6
Video
Geometry:    
KACTG Drill 1
Video
KACTG Drill 2
Video
       
HOME WORK
Official Guide
Video
KACTG Drill 3
Video
KACTG Drill 4
Video

Week 4

 
Verbal
Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 4
Drill Seven:    
Reading Test 7
Video
Wriitng Test 7
Video
Essay 7
Video
Science Test 7
Video
Drill Eight:    
Reading Test 8
Video
Wriitng Test 8
Video
Essay 8
Video
Science Test 8
Video
Word Problems:    
KACTWP Drill 1
Video
KACTWP Drill 2
Video
       
HOME WORK
Official Guide
Video
KACTWP Drill 3
Video
KACTWP Drill 4
Video

Week 5

 
Verbal
Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 5
Drill Nine:    
Reading Test 9
Video
Wriitng Test 9
Video
Essay 9
Video
Science Test 9
Video
Drill 10:    
Reading Test 10
Video
Wriitng Test 10
Video
Essay 10
Video
Science Test 10
Video
Word Graphing:    
KACTGr Drill 1
Video
KACTGr Drill 2
Video
       
HOME WORK
Official Guide
Video
KACTGr Drill 3
Video
KACTGr Drill 4
Video

Week 6

 
Verbal
Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 6
Drill 11:    
Reading Test 11
Video
Wriitng Test 11
Video
Essay 11
Video
Science Test 11
Video
Drill 12:    
Reading Test 12
Video
Wriitng Test 12
Video
Essay 12
Video
Science Test 12
Video
Co-ordinate Geometry:    
KACTCG Drill 1
Video
KACTCG Drill 2
Video
       
HOME WORK
Official Guide
Video
KACTCG Drill 3
Video
KACTCG Drill 4
Video

Week 7

 
Verbal
Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 7
Drill 13:    
Reading Test 13
Video
Wriitng Test 13
Video
Essay 13
Video
Science Test 13
Video
Drill 14:    
Reading Test 14
Video
Wriitng Test 14
Video
Essay 14
Video
Science Test 14
Video
Trignometry:    
KACTri Drill 1
Video
KACTri Drill 2
Video
       
HOME WORK
Official Guide
Video
ACTri Drill 3
Video
KACTri Drill 4
Video

Week 8

 
Verbal
Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 8
Drill 15:    
Reading Test 15
Video
Wriitng Test 15
Video
Essay 15
Video
Science Test 15
Video
Drill 16:    
Reading Test 16
Video
Wriitng Test 16
Video
Essay 16
Video
Science Test 16
Video
Sectional Test:    
KACTST Drill 1
Video
KACTST Drill 2
Video
       
HOME WORK
Official Guide
Video
KACTST Drill 3
Video
KACTST Drill 4
Video

Week 9

 
Verbal
Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 9
Mock Test 1
Video
Mock Test 1
Video
       
HOME WORK
Mock Test 2
Video
Mock Test 2
Video

Week 10

 
Verbal
Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 10
Mock Test 3
Video
Mock Test 3
Video
       
HOME WORK
Mock Test 4
Video
Mock Test 4
Video

Week 11

 
Verbal
Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 11
Mock Test 5
Video
Mock Test 5
Video
       
HOME WORK
Mock Test 6
Video
Mock Test 6
Video

Week 12

 
Verbal
Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 12
Mock Test 7
Video
Mock Test 7
Video
       
 

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ENGLISH TEST and KGC SAT crack tips:

You will find as many as 5 passages on topics ranging from historical essays to personal narratives. Parts of each of the passages will be underlined and you have to decide if these are correct as they are of if one of the other answers would correct or improve the underlined part. Other types of questions will require you to either completely cut or reorder the text or even evaluate the entire reading passage. The first thing you should do is give the passage a quick read and then look at the questions. Then go back and carefully read the passage and find the correct answers. Quickly eliminate answers that seem definitely wrong.

READING TEST AND KGC ACT CRACK TIPS:

You will find up to 4 passages on topics ranging from Prose Fiction, Social Science, Humanities to Natural Science. You will then have around 10 questions to answer for each of the passages. The first thing you should do is give the passage a quick read and then look at the questions. Then go back and carefully read the passage and find the correct answers. Look specifically for the evidence which supports your answer choice. Eliminate answers that seem definitely wrong and double check your answer choice. Do not spend too much time on a question which is difficult or confusing. You have 4 passages and 35 minutes for the entire section, so time management is critical. And guess! There’s no negative marking.

MATH AND KGC ACT CRACK TIPS:

Questions on the ACT Math Test are distributed among Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry questions. If Trigonometry scares you, don’t sweat as there are only 4 questions (out of 60) that are trigonometry based. Formulas are not needed and hence don’t waste your time memorizing formulas for the ACT Math test. You are permitted to use a calculator and hence save time by familiarizing yourself with a calculator. The Math test is in order of difficulty and hence you will get easier questions first and then harder ones. The best way to crack a Math section is by practice. So keep practicing.

SCIENCE TEST AND KGC ACT CRACK TIPS:

Even though the test name contains the word ‘science’, the ACT Science test is more about logical conclusion and analytical ability. The questions are not to test your knowledge of science but instead are based on test data interpretation and experiments. Again, time management is critical to answering the passage based questions as you have 35 minutes to review 7 passages and answer 40 questions. Remember to work through the passages you are more comfortable with first and then move on to the tougher ones that suck up more of your time.

Class
Schedule


Math English
Monday2.00 - 4.00 pm
Tuesday2.00 - 4.00 pm
Wednesday
Thursday6.00 - 8.00 pm
Friday
Saturday3.00 - 5.00 pm
Sunday