When coupled with personal study, our comprehensive program and excellent teachers will prepare you to excel on these high-stakes tests, giving you the best opportunity to increase your score.

CALENDAR/COURSE DATES

2017

BYU Campus
January 28–March 25 
April 8–June 3
June 5–June 9 (Intensive)
June 17–August 19
August 12–October 14
September 23–December 2

BYU Salt Lake Center ACT Course
January 21–March 18
June 5–June 9 (Intensive)
August 5–September 30

Eight Week Course

  • Saturdays from 9:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
  • The first class of the course will begin at 8:00 a.m.
  • 3–4 hours of instruction per week; total of 24+ hours of instruction
  • Two proctored ACT Practice Tests (7 hours)

Intensive One Week Course

  • Monday 8:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday–Friday 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
  • 24 hours of instruction
  • Two proctored ACT Practice Tests (7 hours)
  • Lunch is NOT included, but the course will include lunch breaks
  • Students must withdraw by June 5 to be eligible for a refund. 

2017 Courses

Pricing
Only $295

** This does not include Official ACT Test Registration. To register for the test, see information below.

Why should I register?

  • BYU’s advantage of free use of on-campus classrooms lowers our costs
  • Big savings over other local and national courses
  • Money-back guarantee to “test drive” our course at no risk (Intensive course excluded)
  • All books, materials and diagnostic tests included
  • Higher Score Guarantee lets you retake the course once within four years

Exceeding Expectations

  • Specialized teachers for each subject
  • Past students have improved up to 9 points between pre– and posttests.
    • ​Student score improvement varies significantly, but course average improvements are around 2 points. 
    • Students starting in the higher score range typically have a harder time improving. Students starting in the higher score range should contact BYU Test Prep before registering. 
  • Instill confidence with test–taking strategies and subject knowledge
  • 2 official retired ACT tests administered as pre– and posttests
  • Detailed diagnostic results taken from the practice tests administered

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ACT Information

 Please visit actstudent.org for general information about the ACT as well as to register for the test, find testing centers, and other official ACT policies.

BYU Admissions Information

  • Average ACT composite score of incoming freshmen is 29
  • At this time BYU does not require incoming freshman to take the writing portion of the ACT. However, BYU strongly suggests that students do so.
  • BYU admission information:
    • Visit BYU Admissions for more information on applying to BYU 
    • Those wishing to apply for BYU by the priority deadline (December 1, 2016) must take the ACT before October.
    • Those wishing to apply for BYU by the final deadline (February 1, 2017) must take the ACT before December.