Test scores are important.
A good ACT score can open the door to more colleges and academic scholarships. Nearly 90% of colleges placed considerable or moderate importance on test scores.* Test prep is the most effective and efficient way to take your score higher and a higher score can mean more opportunities later.
Why prep with Kaplan?
We have the right tools to help you get a higher score.
In fact, 95% of Kaplan students got into one or more of their top choice schools in 2012!* Kaplan's courses are research-based and specifically designed to help students go into Test Day with confidence:
- Live and online instruction by top-rated teachers
- Proven test-taking strategies
- Guided practice with hints and support
- Independent quizzes
- Proctored tests
We're the world leader in test prep.
9 out of 10 students who have taken our courses would recommend Kaplan for ACT prep. Not only have we been the industry leader in test prep for more than 70 years, but we continue to innovate and connect students with top-rated teachers to help them achieve their educational goals.
Confidence is such an important part of your success on Test Day. At Kaplan, we believe that it all starts with your confidence in our programs. That's why we offer the most comprehensive guarantee in the industry. Learn more
According to the National Parenting Center, "This (Kaplan Test Prep) ACT prep program is so comprehensive that parents could not believe what they were able to give their pre-ACT child for a fraction of the cost of traditional prep classes. There are various learning sessions and videos that help to reinforce the material. These are followed up with tests so that you and your child can monitor your progress. Testers told us that the videos feel like you are learning from a teacher and the quizzes are actually something they looked forward to, eager to demonstrate their understanding and grasp of the lesson."
*According to a National Association for College Admission Counseling study. **According to a Kaplan survey of college admissions officers.
95% claim based on a survey of thousands of Kaplan students and parents on 2012 college applicants who were admitted to college as of May 2012.