The application process to US universities does not need to be overwhelming
In general, the thought of sending your student overseas for university can be daunting. For instance, the distance, the time zones, the finance, and the application process can be a lot for young students to navigate on their own. That is why our team at A-List Education UK are eager to help relieve some of the stress for students by preparing them with the best ACT tutoring in London.
What is the ACT and why is it important?
The ACT is a multiple choice test used in US university admissions. It is a 4-part test consisting of English, Maths, Reading, and Science. The test is scored per section out of 36, with scores averaged for a composite score out of 1-36.
The higher students score on the ACT, the more likely they are to being accepted into the universities of their choice. A high score also opens up more opportunities for scholarships, fellowships, and grants. These can be of enormous financial help for international students.
How can ACT tutoring in London help students?
The ACT is an important component for US applications, which is why UK students should plan to receive ACT tutoring in London at one of our bootcamps or one-on-one tutoring in person or online. Students should start their ACT tutoring in London 2 to 6 months before their first test, and they should dedicate 1 to 2 hours a week for tutoring. They should also spend time studying and reviewing on their own between sessions.
We have many years of experience working with students from various different backgrounds. We typically recommend that all students take the ACT at least twice to remove any first sitting nervousness. We also encourage students to continue studying and tutoring between test dates.
While we pride ourselves on our ACT tutoring, in London we offer many courses and events on how to write personal statements, how to apply for different programs, in addition to general information on the application process. We want our students to succeed and achieve their dreams of studying at a US university.