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How can a tutor help your child master the ASPIRE?
The ASPIRE assessment, also known as the pre-ACT," provides practice for the ACT exam. It is the ACT's equivalent to the SAT's PSAT and is administered during the sophomore year of high school. Taking both the ASPIRE exam and PSAT is advisable - and often required by high schools - as it may help you determine whether you are likely to do better on the SAT or ACT. You can then use this information to determine the test on which you should focus your preparation. An ASPIRE tutor can provide a boost as you prepare and help you to score well on this exam, which is a good predictor of future performance and college entrance competitiveness.
A personal ASPIRE tutor can help you substantially improve your score and your readiness for the ASPIRE and the ACT. Tutors have been through the exam themselves, and have become familiar with the process. ASPIRE tutors know how to carefully guide you through each of the exam's four assessments: English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science. In addition to knowing the material and how to answer questions, you can prepare yourself by becoming familiar with how the scoring system works. The results of the exam are reported on a scale consisting of three digits. Each grade level is also provided with an ACT Readiness Benchmark, which tracks how ready students are in each subject. The exam provides a model for measuring progress at many grade levels, so it's a useful assessment tool that's implemented in many locations. Indicators track text complexity, English and language arts progress, STEM progress, and career readiness, with a clear focus on what is needed to be successful in college and later career pursuits.