ACT Prep Course
in Des Moines

Are you looking to raise your ACT score to get into your dream school or earn better scholarship and financial aid packages? We pride ourselves on providing exceptional ACT test prep delivered in one-on-one sessions for personalized attention and maximum results. In fact, you can see many of the schools our ACT prep "alumni" have attended after their time with Des Moines Learning Center by clicking here.

Our ACT test prep courses go far beyond just solving short-term problems or finding “ACT test hacks”. We focus on the root of the problem, while also finding easier fixes for urgent needs. On top of that, we teach stress management, time management, focus strategies, and study skills.

To book your free assessment or schedule your first ACT prep session in Des Moines, click the button below.

About Our
ACT Prep
Classes

Lessons are broken into one-hour sessions. We start by focusing on topics that allow your child to make the quickest improvements in their score, while working on any gaps in the basic skills necessary to build upon their current knowledge. For each hour, we focus on one test section for a focused learning approach. As your child continues test prep, lessons become more focused on specific topics within the testing subjects where we see the biggest need for improvement or largest opportunity for an improvement in score. In addition to testing subject matter, we provide a range of test taking strategies that suit your child’s skills and needs.

About the
ACT

The ACT is a standardized test used for college admissions in the United States. The ACT contains multiple-choice tests in four areas: English, mathematics, reading, and science. It also offers an optional writing test. It is accepted by all four-year colleges and universities in the United States, as well as more than 225 universities outside of the U.S. The ACT score range is 1-36.  For more info, check out our blog post Breaking Down The ACT.

The ACT
Test

English

75 Questions,
40 Minutes

Math

60 Questions,
60 Minutes

Reading

40 Questions,
35 Minutes

Science

40 Questions, 35 Minutes

Writing (Optional)

1 Prompt,
40 Minutes

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