How Students Can Prepare for the ACT Test
Learn ways to help students succeed by identifying the test prep options that match their needs.

Because the ACT® test content is based on what’s taught in the classroom, students can prepare for the test by taking rigorous courses in high school. However, many students seek out additional advantages by using test prep tools. With a plethora of prep resources available, it can be difficult to understand the unique features and benefits that serve specific student needs.

Watch this free webinar from ACT that answers the question, “What kind of test prep is right for each student?” Our presenters share student best practices for preparing for the test and provide a detailed overview of the new and traditional prep products (free and paid) offered by ACT. We also preview some new test prep options available to help students take advantage of upcoming enhancements to the ACT test.

This webinar uncovers strategies and materials best fit for each student, based on:
  • Subject matter needs
  • Cost (including free options)
  • Time constraints
  • Format (live instruction, videos, books, etc.)

Polina BabinaPolina Babina is the Senior Product Manager for ACT Academy and OpenEd. She came to ACT with a background in open educational resources and a passion for making the best educational resources accessible to all. Previously, Polina was a product manager at several large technology companies before she transitioned into education. Though a resident of San Jose, Polina travels often for work and for adventure.

Allyson TlacoxolalAllyson Tlacoxolal is the Senior Product Manager at ACT for test prep products. She has more than 10 years of experience working in the test prep world. Prior to joining ACT team, Allyson worked for Kaplan Test Prep and Sylvan Learning. She has a teaching certificate and a master's degree in educational psychology. Allyson lives in New Jersey and loves spending time at the shore with her family.