|ACT Winter Boot Camp (In-Person)||
December 20 - February 5
Improve your score over the Winter Break!
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|ACT January Express Boot Camp (In-Person)||
January 8 - February 5
Class meets every Saturday.
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ACT BOOT CAMPS
For serious and committed students looking for an intensive push, our ACT Boot Camps are an ideal option. We offer 5-day or 10-day rigorous camps that include daily full-length ACT diagnostic exams and instructor-led class lecture and review. This structure empowers our students with the endurance and the confidence necessary to succeed when they take the real ACT. The Boot Camps still cover conceptual learning, strategies, and the fundamentals of the test specific to the needs of the class and the challenges of the given day.
Virtual Boot Camp Days typically follow this schedule:
Daily Diagnostic Test will be self-proctored at home.
9.00am – 12.15pm: Instructor-led class session
Boot Camp Days typically follow this schedule:
9.00am – 12.45pm: Daily Diagnostic Test
1.00pm – 1.45pm: Lunch Break
1.45pm – 6.00pm: Instructor-led class session (includes a break around 4pm)
More about your Boot Camp
- 15 students max/class
- Trained and experienced instructors with at least a BA/BS Degree
- ACT 5-Day Express Boot Camps = $730
- ACT 10-Day Boot Camps = $1,290
Add a bundle of diagnostic tests
- Add on a bundle of ACT diagnostic tests
- Tests don’t expire – take them whenever you like during your high school career (pre-booking is required with a 48-hour notice)
- $50 one-time enrollment fee for new clients
- $240 for 4 full-length tests
- $390 for 10 full-length tests
The 36-point ACT Test
The ACT is a multiple-choice test that includes a writing component. The ACT includes an English section that tests standard English and rhetorical skills, a Mathematics section that tests high school level math skills, a Reading comprehension section, and a Science section that tests your analytical and problem-solving skills in the natural sciences. The Writing section involves a 40-minute written essay that tests your entry-level college writing skills.
So, although colleges consider the ACT equivalent to the SAT, the tests themselves are not identical. So you must prepare for them differently. At Insight, our ACT Insight program will teach you what you need to know to excel on every section of the ACT with confidence.
As college admissions professionals, we understand the importance of your ACT score when thinking broadly about your college admissions journey. ACT Insight will equip you with just what you need so that you can accomplish your ACT goals. We begin by focusing on the fundamentals—test-taking skills, practicing critical thinking and analysis skills, and learning from mistakes—in a dynamic group setting, as well as one-on-one settings. Our instructors are well versed in their section of choice and love working with and teaching high school students. Each instructor has an undergraduate degree or higher in a relevant field and past teaching experience.