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If your student attends a school with the ACT Aspire program, you can feel confident that their academic growth is being assessed for the purpose of adjusting learning methods and goals from grade 3 through early high school. The program basically prepares students to be successful on the ACT they will take in their junior or senior year in high school from the time they're in early elementary school. If your student has recently received a report outlining their periodic or summative assessment results, Varsity Tutors can help connect you with Aspire tutoring to help your child fill in any learning gaps.
Aspire tutoring can benefit your child in any or all of the subjects tested, including:
Working with an Aspire tutor is a bit different than working with tutors on other assessments, because rather than preparing your child to "pass" the Aspire, their private tutor will receive the results of the exam they have already taken, and help them improve in the areas where they have scored lower. The ACT Aspire connects your student's performance to readiness benchmarks, which have been determined after years of study, and is quite accurate at predicting your child's score on the ACT. Therefore, it is to your advantage to have your child take advantage of Aspire tutoring if they fall behind at any point. Its continuous nature means that if a student is a little behind one year, they may fall more behind the next year if they don't get help. Schools can only provide so much assistance, and if your student happens to be struggling in an area, they may not get the extra help they need to improve in that area.