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Why People Choose Park Tutoring​

Personalized Instruction​​

After pairing you with your perfect tutor, we will write an academic proposal that lays out your academic goals, outlines the strategies we will use to improve your mastery, topics that will be covered, and approximately how long it will take for you to master each of the topics mentioned. We can also offer a progress report and homework after each class.

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We use document cameras or stylus pens along with screen sharing to explain concepts hands-on. Because we use these technologies, we can view what you are working on and give feedback in real-time.

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We select tutors nationally which makes it possible for us to provide top elite tutors at an affordable rate. We value our tutors based on friendliness, integrity, subject mastery, and teaching ability. You can enjoy world-class tutoring in the comfort of your home.

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In order to maximize the effectiveness of each personalized session, we encourage you to take advantage of our Preparation Form which can be filled out before each lesson so that our tutor can refer to and prepare each session according to your needs. Additionally, our staff members are always available to help you from 8 AM – 11 PM PST, so you can always text or call us if you need help or have any questions.

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Frequently Asked Questions

SAT scores typically come back within 3-4 weeks after the test date. You can view your scores online by logging into your College Board account. Additionally, you can also request to have your scores sent to colleges or universities. You can do this by selecting the schools you want to send your scores to and paying the fee for each school.

The ACT is a standardized test that high school students take to demonstrate their skills and college preparedness. Nearly all colleges in the United States accept or consider the ACT when it comes to admissions decisions.

It is a multiple choice exam that tests the students on four subject areas: Math, Reading, English, and Science. Additionally, students have the option to take an additional fifth section in  Writing. The ACT is scored on a scale from 1 to 36. To learn more about ACT scoring, click here .

ACT prep is a type of test preparation designed to help students prepare for the ACT, a standardized college admissions test used in the United States. The ACT is a multiple-choice test that covers English, math, science, and reading. It also includes an optional writing component.

ACT prep courses can help students improve their scores on the ACT by providing them with test-taking strategies, review of the test material, and practice tests. Many prep courses are available online, in the form of online self-study courses, live online classes, and in-person classes. 

In addition to prep courses, students can also use test-prep books, practice tests, and online resources to help them prepare for the ACT. These resources are available online, however, in order to figure out you or your student’s best studying plan, we recommend you schedule an ACT tutoring session with us so we can personalize a test prep plan for you. Park Tutoring offers in person ACT tutoring as well as ACT prep online.

The ACT test typically takes between three and four hours to complete. The ACT prep course consists of four sections: Math, English, Reading, and Science. The optional Writing section takes an additional 40 minutes to complete.

The English section consists of 75 questions and must be completed in 45 minutes. It includes topics such as grammar, usage, and rhetorical skills. The Math section consists of 60 questions and must be completed in 60 minutes. It includes topics such as pre-algebra, elementary algebra, intermediate algebra, coordinate geometry, plane geometry, and trigonometry. The Reading section consists of 40 questions and must be completed in 35 minutes. It includes topics such as social science, natural science, and humanities.The Science section consists of 40 questions and must be completed in 35 minutes. It includes topics such as data analysis, interpretation, evaluation, and reasoning. The optional Writing section consists of one prompt and must be completed in 40 minutes. It includes topics such as argumentation, evaluation, and analysis. 

ACT scores are an important indicator for college admissions. They provide a standardized measure of academic achievement that can be compared across institutions and regions. ACT scores are also used to determine eligibility for scholarships and other college-related awards.

ACT scores are also used to determine eligibility for scholarships and other college-related awards. Many schools, both public and private, use ACT scores to identify students who have the potential to excel in their academic program and award scholarships to those students. In some cases, students may be required to meet a certain ACT score to qualify for an award.

In addition some states may require high school students to take the ACT or SAT as part of their graduation requirements. If you would like more specific information, please contact Park Tutoring.

The best way to study for the ACT is to create a study plan. Start by understanding the exam format, structure, and content. You can find all of this information online or in an ACT prep book. Once you understand the exam, create a plan for how you will study. Consider purchasing an ACT prep book and taking practice tests in order to gauge your progress. 

Once you have a study plan in place, make sure to stick to it. Set aside time each day to review the material, practice questions, and review your mistakes. Make sure to get enough sleep and eat healthy foods to ensure that you are in the best mental and physical condition for studying. 

The ACT is a standardized test used by many colleges and universities in the United States to assess a student’s academic knowledge and readiness for college. Preparing for the ACT is an important part of the college admissions process and can make a big difference in the outcome of your college applications. 

Overall, preparing for the ACT requires dedication and hard work. However, with a well-structured plan and regular practice, you can maximize your score and increase your chances of success on the ACT. You should use a study plan as well as taking practice exams to determine your progress.

Ultimately, everyone studies for the ACT in a manner that works best for them. If you would like to know more about how you should prepare for the ACT, sign up for Park Tutoring’s ACT course for our tutors to help personalize your study plan.

First you need to create an ACT Web Account. Go to the ACT website and create an account by entering some basic information like your name, address, date of birth, email address, and phone number.

Once you’ve registered, you can choose the test date that best fits your schedule. Test dates are available throughout the year at various locations. Take the ACT Test and Follow the instructions provided by the test proctor and answer all questions as accurately as possible. After the test is complete, you will receive your score within two to eight weeks.

You can use a calculator on the ACT. The ACT allows students to bring a calculator to use on the Math section of the exam. You are not allowed to use a calculator on the English, Reading, Science, and Writing sections of the exam. In addition, make sure your calculator is not on the prohibited list, as you will not be able to use it on test day. You can find the list of banned calculators here <hyperlink to ACT calculator policy>. It is important to practice using a calculator before taking the ACT so that you are familiar with the type of calculator you are using as well as the functions it offers. This will help you save time on the exam and help you get the most out of your calculator.

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