You are not alone, start ACT tutoring in London

When we grow up with a way of doing something, it can be easy to glide through the process when it’s our turn. But when faced with something like trying to get into university in another country, the process is not as straightforward. Not everyone around is talking about it. They are going on about UCCA, A levels, Oxford and Durham, while you want to talk about the ACT, Harvard, Yale, and Stanford.

ACT Tutoring in London

Preparing for the exams is the first step in the application process for entrance to US universities. Everyone needs someone to talk to, and someone to guide them as they prepare for getting into a university. A-List Education UK provides ACT tutoring in London, with tutors who have all been educated in the US.

The ACT consists of four sections in English, mathematics, reading and science, as well as an optional paper in writing (required by some universities for admission). The test lasts for 3.5 hours, or 4 hours if you do the essay.

What you get with ACT tutoring in London

At A-List Education, we have expert tutors who will tutor you on a one-to-one basis. If you don’t feel like you match with the first tutor we assign to you, you can let us know and we will find you another one.

Your tutor won’t be working using a one-size fits all plan either. Every student is different, so your plan will be tailored to fit you. Your tutor will design your plan so that you can concentrate on the areas you require. Plus, the plan will allow you to work at a pace that suits you. If you need to slow down in one area, you can slow down. If you’re racing through your studies, you won’t have to waste time idling.

Our great course materials backs up our tutors.

To find out more, please contact A-List Education by phone or email.

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