ACT® Rapid Review
Last-minute ACT prep in time for test day.
Lessons for the February 8 ACT coming soon.
Need help in just one area? Study exactly what you need, at your level, in live sessions taught by Kaplan experts. Choose Intro or Advanced Math/Science classes or English/Reading classes to boost your score where it counts.
When you're closer to test day, choosing where you focus your prep time is key. An intensive review of ACT math, verbal, or both will help you get caught up.
A team of our highest-rated teachers will lead you through what to study—and how to study it so you're ready to take on the exam. They know the ACT inside and out—and how to keep you motivated.
Learning the right topics matters, but knowing how to "think" like the ACT can get you even more points. Our test experts will show you how to pace yourself, eliminate answers with confidence, and look for answer clues.
Choose Intro or Advanced Math/Science classes or English/Reading classes to boost your score where it counts.
Frequently asked questions
How do I know if I need Introductory or Advanced?
If you have taken the ACT before or a practice test, look at your test scores and percentiles. Using those results, you should be able to determine if you need to brush up on key topics or if you are ready to dive into advanced material. If you’ve never taken the ACT or know you have a lot of room for improvement, you’ll probably want to start with the Introductory sessions. Looking to get in as much review as possible before test day? You can take both the Introductory and Advanced lessons using our All-Access Pass as they will cover different topics.
What’s covered in the Math + Science sessions?
The Introductory Math + Science session covers common topics like exponents and data interpretation, as well as some more demanding topics, such as quadratic equations and scientific investigation passages. The Advanced session goes into depth on topics including functions, trig, advanced geometry, and the most challenging Science passage and question types, such as conflicting viewpoints passages and inference questions focused on theories and hypotheses.
What’s covered in the English + Reading sessions?
The Introductory English + Reading session focuses on simplifying punctuation, pronouns, and other conventions of English topics. For Reading, we'll cover passages and tips for answering questions about cause and effect, tone, and more. The Advanced session will cover topics such as idioms, ambiguity, sentence additions and transitions, as well as Reading strategies for tough passages, Command of Evidence questions, paired passages, and more.
What's a session like?
Each session is hosted by a live, on-camera teacher, while several live, off-camera teachers provide support through the live chat and polls. Learn about the specifications of each test before going into more depth on the topics and question types you will see on the official exam. The Introductory sessions focus on the most tested topics, while the Advanced sessions focus on the most demanding concepts.