ACT Prep Tutoring
Our ACT tutoring process begins with the prospective student completing evaluation materials. We analyze the results to determine areas of needed improvement. We work out a schedule that fits the student's needs. We do not require a minimum number of hours as do many of our competitors. The tutoring is conducted in a public library or on-line through Zoom. Students receive our proprietary ACT test prep book and drills that cover all of the sections on the ACT, even if they only desire tutoring on a single content section.
Tutor Information and Pricing
We believe that our ACT courses are the most comprehensive and cost effective method to prepare for the ACT. However, we do offer individual ACT tutoring. We allow up to two students to participate for no additional charge. There is no minimum number of hours required. Please choose from one of the three tutors below and contact us for additional information and scheduling: 614-834-8886.
Dr. Lynn Dailey $200/hour: Lynn is a tenured full professor at Capital University in Bexley, Ohio. She was awarded and still holds the prestigious George H. Moor Endowed Chair for excellence in teaching and scholarship. She excels on the ACT and has been studying the ACT and helping students prepare for the ACT for over 20 years. She developed the proprietary materials used in the ACT course and tutoring offered by The ACT Review. Her goal is to provide students with the skills needed to excel on the ACT test, in college, and beyond.
Gabriella $100/hour: Gabriella (Elle) is a student at Northwestern University studying applied math. She conducts zoom tutoring with students regardless of location. She was the valedictorian of the 2021 class at Canal Winchester High School. Her highest ACT score is a 34, which she scored as a freshman. Her highest ACT section scores are 35 math, 36 English, 35 science, and 31 reading. She received the National Merit Finalist award with a 99th percentile PSAT score and a perfect PSAT math score. She also scored a 5/5 on the AP Calculus BC exam as a sophomore. In 7th grade, she scored a 32 on the ACT English and 31 on the ACT math and received highest honors from Duke University's TIP and Johns Hopkins University's CTD national middle school talent searches. She covers the same material that Dr. Dailey covers and that she used to excel on the ACT and PSAT.
"My son's score increased 4 points from a composite of 27 to a 31."
John Scherer, Olentangy Liberty
"My son took the ACT review two day course, completed the drills & improved his score
by 8 points!
He went from a 17 to a 25."
Karen Grace, Parent of Reynoldsburg student