It doesn’t matter how well-prepared students are for the ACT exam – there just seems to be no mercy when it comes to feelings of apprehension and cases of the jitters.
Ideally your teen has at least an idea of what’s on the test and has taken a practice exam or two to become a little more familiar with its format and content. Knowing how to prepare and and what to expect will help greatly on test day.
But even if you haven’t enrolled your teenager in an ACT prep program or bought books to study with, you can help overcome a little bit of the stress your teen’ll surely feel the week leading up to the test.
Preparation and expectation-setting are key.
Check out these tips to help your kid get through the exam a little more comfortably.