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ACT Test Prep In Chicago

Chicago Academic's ACT Program for Schools

Chicago Academic has optimized a rigorous and effective curriculum for ACT Test Prep in Chicago. The course focuses on building familiarity with the ACT exam’s architecture and style and teaching the specific skills necessary for succeeding on it. The program targets only material that appears on the exam, allowing students to focus on necessary skills and avoid extraneous studying. Personalized strategies for time management, the answer selection process, avoiding traps and more are integrated into this highly effective program.

The Experts

Chicago Academic couples our proven materials developed through years of research and analysis with the brightest, best trained instructors. This combination of expertise and commitment have dramatically improved student scores on the ACT exam throughout the Chicagoland area. The results speak for themselves. We improve scores.

Data. Data. Data.

Chicago Academic provides detailed diagnostic reports and dashboards to school administrators and staff in order to closely monitor each student’s improvement. The data is comprehensive and organized to provide the most accurate assessment of each program’s progress.

Raise My Child's Grades - Academic Tutoring

Did you know that The House can work with your student on ALL of their tutoring needs? The House offers private tutoring in Chicago and everything you need to improve your student’s grades, all at the convenience and comfort of your own home.

Raise My Child's Scores - ACT Test Prep Tutoring

The House has optimized a rigorous and effective curriculum for ACT Test Prep in Chicago. The course focuses on building familiarity with the ACT exam’s architecture and style and teaching the specific skills necessary for succeeding on it.

Organize My Kids - Executive Functioning

Does your child have trouble getting their homework done, organizing their materials, keeping track of their calendar or simply keeping up with their responsibilities? This could be a sign that they are experiencing executive functioning difficulties.