You have just over a month to study for the October 27 sitting of the ACT. Whether you’re a junior who is just starting to think about college admissions, or a senior who’s in the middle of the application craze, you may find that your test date sneaks up on you, leaving you without much time to study for the ACT. While it’s not the best practice to start studying at the last minute, there are some simple ways for you to prepare without having to completely change your life in the weeks before the test.
If you are a senior and completing college applications this fall, you have only two more chances to take the ACT: October 27 and December 8. If you’re a junior, you’ll have ample opportunity to take the test in the spring or summer of 2019; test sittings are offered on February 9, April 13, June 8, and July 13.