Mackler Associates Offers Tutoring for Upcoming St. Louis February 2020 ACT

Mackler Associates is making students aware of the upcoming ACT on February 8th. The registration deadline is January 10th. Students can boost their scores by studying for the test with Mackler.

St. Louis, United States - December 13, 2019 /PressCable/ —

St. Louis, Missouri (December 2019)– Most juniors take the ACT for the first time at the February administration, which also happens to be the next ACT – February 8, 2020, with the deadline for registration January 10, 2020.

The February test makes a good starting point because it gives a student time to prepare and also time to review the results and make course corrections before taking the test again either in April or June.

Students should not take the test, however, without real preparation. In order to do well on the ACT, a student must understand the test itself – its peculiar design, the specific skills tested, the format of questions, the pace of the sections.

Mackler Associates has been providing students in St. Louis tutoring for the ACT for over 35 years. Mackler students see significant improvement when they test after taking one of our courses, and Mackler takes pride in a long record of successful outcomes.

A high ACT score is essential not only to gaining entry to a student’s college of choice, but also to procuring merit-based scholarships that can save tens of thousands of dollars on the cost of a college education. ACT test prep is a wonderful and smart investment in a student’s future.

Mackler Associates offers a 20 hour, ten week course of instruction. To get the jump on the February ACT, now is the time to sign up for an ACT prep course.

Mackler Associates provides tutoring, test preparation, college consulting and mentoring to students from grade school to grad school. Based in St. Louis, Missouri, they pride themselves on their record of results, whether measured by higher grades and test scores, or admission to colleges of choice, or by developing confidence, self-esteem, organizational skills and career paths. All students receive individualized, one-on-one customized instruction and attention, and service takes place not only in office but also through taking advantage of modern technology. Mackler Associates is a “client first” firm with the expertise to meet a wide range of educational issues.

Mackler Associates St. Louis Tutoring

1067 N Mason Road, #5

St. Louis, MO 63141

(314) 434-4431

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Organization: Mackler Associates
Address: 1067 N Mason Road #5, St. Louis, Missouri 63141, United States
Phone: +1-314-434-4431
Website: http://www.mackleradvantage.com

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