ACT Class at Kirkwood High School

Darr Tutoring is offering an ACT class at Kirkwood high school open to any student from any school in preparation for the June ACT.  There will be both group instruction and individual help in every class.  Data on these classes has shown that students who attend each week and do all the homework (about 1.5 hours per week) increase their score from a true baseline (a score received without prep) by an average of 3 to 4 points! All materials are included. Each student will get his or her own ACT practice test book with answers explained, ACT study guides for each section that are constantly improved as the test changes, and online access to the most recent ACT tests available.

Where: Kirkwood High School. Specific classroom to be sent via email a few days before class.

When:  Weekdays 5/29 - 6/7 (no class on the weekend) from 10:20 - 12:00.

Cost:  The class is $395.  Your registration will not be complete until payment is received.  Minimum class size of 12 needed to form the class. Refunds will be provided in the small chance that the class is not formed. Note: all previous classes have had waiting lists! For scholarship information or any other questions, please contact Jacob Toman at info@darrtutoring.com.  

Registration: To register for the class, please fill out the following information and pay through the Paypal link provided. If the Paypal link doesn’t work, that means registration is full. We intentionally keep the class size small to maximize learning. Please email info@darrtutoring.com to be added to the waitlist or request an additional class be formed.

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I understand that my student will have roughly 1 - 2 hours of homework between classes to help maximize score increase. I understand that my student's success is largely determined by his or her completion and understanding of the homework. He or she will get the most out of each class only by completing each day's assignment. When students have already done prep, results can vary pending the prep that has already been done. Score improvements are much more certain when one has a true baseline done before any prep. * *