ACT Test Prep

Affordable One-to-One
Private ACT Tutoring
San Jose, Fremont, Mountain View
And Silicon Valley

Study Wizards ACT Test Prep Tutors
Are Wizards

Preparing Students to
Be Ready on Test Day to Score Higher

Colleges now accept either the ACT or the SAT. As scores on these tests are a key factor for admission many students elect to take both. Our experienced Test Prep tutors will help your student be confident and prepared on Test Day to do their very best.

Study Wizards Test Prep tutors not only are experts in the key elements of the test — which covers reading, writing, math and science — but they also are talented teachers.

Your student will be given a thorough diagnostic test preceding instruction. We meet one-to-one for 8 to 12 weekly sessions, each lasting 1½ hours. Our approach provides the tools and strategies needed for your teen to build on strengths and significantly improve in challenging areas.

Your Test Prep tutor will provide individualized instruction to help your student:

  • Learn strategies for handling each type of question
  • Develop test-taking skills and time management
  • Improve and strengthen
    • Math skills
    • Science skills
    • Reading comprehension
    • Vocabulary
    • Grammar
    • Essay writing

About the ACT:

The ACT is a nationally administered standardized test designed to assess a student’s readiness for college. The test measures critical-thinking skills and the ability to analyze and solve problems. Unlike the SAT the ACT the writing test is optional.

Section Question Types
45 Minutes
75 Questions

Assesses written English and rhetorical skills.

60 Minutes
60 Questions

Assesses mathematical skills students typically learn up to the beginning of their senior year in high school.

35 Minutes
40 Questions

Assesses reading comprehension.

35 Minutes
40 Questions

Assesses skills learned in natural sciences including; interpretation, analysis, evaluation, reasoning, and problem-solving skills.

Optional Writing Test
30 minutes
1 prompt

Assesses writing skills typically learned in high school.