Bringing test prep into the classroom
On average, students spend 1,260 in the classroom a year. Prep scholar estimates that to receive an improvement of two to four points on ACT scores, it may take students up to 40 hours. A six to nine point improvement could be 150+ hours. Adding in extracurriculars, there are not enough hours in the day for students to excel at everything. That's why bringing test preparation into the classroom is so important. Teachers have the opportunity to structure studying in a way that complements curriculum, without overshadowing it. Sharing test taking strategies and integrating practice into the classroom also offers students who may not have access to other test prep options a way to improve their score.
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