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The ACT, created and administered by ACT, Inc, is a standardized test given in the United States. The exam spans four required sections in English, math, reading, and science, and one optional in writing. Depending on the school your child is applying to, they may need to reach for a different score goal. If you'd like to give your child a leg up on the competition to help bolster their confidence and improve their understanding of the content on the test, you may contact Varsity Tutors to connect you with an expert ACT tutor in Omaha, Nebraska.

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Omaha, NE ACT tutoring
Today, the student and I focused on the few areas of math that she is still a little shaky on: mostly 3 dimensional geometry and a few algebra concepts. We went over these together and worked on focused strategies to be able to reliably solve these questions. After that, she got her score report, so we spent a long time dissecting that, discussing it, and coming up with a plan of attack for future meetings. She is going to do a practice test for her first hour of the first session next week on Science, since this is the section she had the most difficulty with. We'll see how she did and go over missed problems on Monday. Then, we will spend a whole 2 hour session on Friday just on Reading. After that, we will reevaluate and decide on priorities for the week afterward.
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Omaha, NE ACT tutoring
The student and I worked on math. We covered trig functions, fractions, proportions, percents, and ratios. She will continue to add to her worksheet, there is a lot of information that she has forgotten. She should complete a science diagnostics test.
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Omaha, NE ACT tutoring
The student and I reviewed the homework I assigned her. What she did was great. We focused on the English section, working through what she had gotten right and wrong while talking about broader concepts to use in future sessions.
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Omaha, NE ACT tutoring
The student took a practice reading portion of the test. We also practiced the planning of an essay. I encouraged him to take five minutes to actually plan his essay to have a more cohesive and elaborate essay.
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Omaha, NE ACT tutoring
We reviewed math problems in a practice ACT test and went over the concepts that the student was not familiar with.
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Omaha, NE ACT tutoring
We started with English. The student is still having trouble hearing the difference between wrong sentences and the correctly constructed sentences, so we switched gears slightly to talking about the grammar rules behind it as well. We practiced subject verb agreement, reviewed how to use semicolons and commas, you vs. one and consistency, and the strength of conciseness. We did additional comma practice together. For math, we focused on taking problems as a step by step process. What does the first piece of info tell me? The second? etc. We did more shape problems and reviewed greatest common factor. We did some reading and she did fairly well! Humanities passages have been her best so far. She worked more independently today with reading and annotating on her own and us only conferring in large chunks when she would summarize.
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