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ACT Prep Course now offered at the BYU Salt Lake Center

ACT Test Prep Course

Thorough preparation for the ACT can make all the difference in scholarship awards and university acceptances for your high school student. 

This year, for the first time ever, BYU Continuing Education will offer an ACT Test Prep course at the BYU Salt Lake Center on Saturdays from August 2 to September 27, 9 a.m. to noon. The program cost is $295, including all materials.

Continuing Education has offered ACT Test Prep courses for 29 years, helping students improve their scores up to nine points. Course instructors are BYU professors and other professionals who know and love their subjects and are experts on the ACT (and scored well on it themselves).

The program uses the best materials in the industry and provides 21 hours of specialized ACT instruction, seven hours of practice testing and diagnostic results from testing along the way to help guide individual study.

This top-notch BYU experience comes at a family-friendly price; other ACT prep courses of this caliber can cost up to $1000 more.  

The program also offers a special guarantee. If students take the course and don’t score as high as they would like on the ACT, they can retake our course one more time (within four years) for free.

For more information, contact testprep@byu.edu or 801.422.3550. Register for the course at http://ce.byu.edu/cw/testprep/act.cfm

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