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Required ACT Prep for Juniors - Oct. 28, 2021

To prepare students for the ACT, students will participate in mandatory ACT Prep/APlus Test Prep Sessions. APlus Test Prep has been secured to deliver a quality test prep curriculum to our Juniors during the 2021-2022 school year.

There are 2 sessions each day.  Ask your homeroom teacher which session you are assigned to.  The first ACT/APlus Test Prep day is scheduled for Thursday, October 28, 2021.  There will also be meetings on November 17, 2021 and February 3, 2022.

In order to maximize the benefits of their program, we need your support as outlined in the following preparation and scheduling guidelines:

  1. Share your knowledge of the ACT with your student.
  2. Ensure your student attends the required ACT Prep/APlus Test Prep Sessions. Make sure your student is present for the Thursday, October 28, 2021 session. All sessions are virtual and attendance is mandatory. Students will log in the ACT/APlus Test Prep Virtual Classroom during their designated meeting time.
  3. Students are expected to attend each session and be prepared to participate. They should have a writing utensil, paper or notebook, their Pre-ACT scores, and access to the booklet, 2021-2022 Preparing for the ACT.  A printed copy can be picked up Monday-Friday between 8am-3pm at 800 North Street, Fayetteville.  If you do not have your Pre-ACT scores, contact the school where you tested.
  4. Encourage your student to use free ACT preparation materials to study for the test.
  5. Challenge your student to think critically. Each test prep session is designed for student engagement, practice, and participation. It is the expectation that students participate and contribute positively to the sessions.

FREE ACT TEST PREP
Access the ACT.org site to access several free resources. These resources include practice tests, both partial and full-length, as well as ACT Prep courses. Students may also create a free MyACT account for additional support and practice tailored to their specific strengths and weaknesses based on their own practice ACT score report.

If you have questions and/or concerns, contact Ms. Marian Dillahunt, Instructional Coach 6-12

Ms. Marian Dillahunt
MarianDillahunt@ccs.k12.nc.us