Test Prep Resources

Infographic: 12 ways to reduce test anxiety

It’s normal for students to be nervous about taking a university entrance exam. After all, it represents their first big step toward university and their desired careers. That is why we’ve included a helpful infographic with 12 tips to reduce test anxiety. Some are as simple as keeping a positive attitude, while also remembering the tools that are built into the computer-based test format to help students narrow down answer choices and focus on important text. Click here to download the infographic.

Four easy ways to prepare for the ACT test

Preparing to take the ACT® test doesn’t have to be an overwhelming endeavor. There are many ways to prepare. Here are four easy steps you can take to prepare for test day. TAKE A PRACTICE TEST—Taking a free practice ACT test helps you familiarize yourself with the format and types of questions asked. After you take a practice test, take note of your strengths and (more importantly) identify areas where you can improve. PLAN YOUR PRACTICE AND STUDY TIME—Set aside small amounts of time devoted to studying over an extended period. Keep a calendar of your schedule, but make sure to keep it flexible for surprise homework assignments, extracurricular activities, and fun. KEEP A POSITIVE ATTITUDE—Practice positive thinking: imagine yourself sitting in the quiet test room and meeting the challenge...