This link it to Kaplan's free ACT Prep webinar.
This link it to an online stopwatch. You should use it for every time you take a test.
This link is to testive's website. Some of the content is free and some of it is not.
This link to Rise up's web page. It is a great place to research college and career readiness.
This link will show you a conversion table between SAT and ACT scores.
This link will take you to Sparknotes page on ACT prep. It has some good general information about the ACT.
This link will take you to Prepscholar's webiste and their guide to the ACT.
This link is to the Kahoot's website where you can play interactive games with your classes.
This link will take you to the Number2.com question of the day page.
This link will take you to Get2College's webpage where a student can register for a free ACT workshop locally. Space is very limited.
This link will allow you search how much college costs and what you need to take to earn degrees.
This link will take you another website that can help with College applications.
This link will show how kids who made a 36 on the ACT found their way to success!
This link is to a Higher Ed article defending why test optional is NOT a good idea.
This link is to a Washington Examiner article again pointing out that test optional actually hurts groups.
This link is to the ACT's announcement on the delay of section retesting.
This link is to TestGeek's ACT Prep page with plenty of free resources.