Increase Your ACT Score

Students want to increase their ACT score for many different reasons including scholarships, college admittance, and college placement. No matter what the reason, the best place to start is with a FREE Practice Test to find out what you would score on an actual test. This will also help you set a baseline score, determine the correct test date, and choose the appropriate test prep methods.


Take A Free Practice Test

Take a FREE Practice Test to establish a baseline score.
Set up a Scoresback Appointment to review your scores in person.
Choose the correct ACT/SAT test date to prepare for.
Leawood and Prairie Village locations.
Start preparing for the test with our ACT Prep Course or Private Tutoring.
Attend sessions, complete homework and prepare for the actual ACT/SAT.
Take the ACT/SAT feeling confident and ready to succeed.
Find out where you stand – FREE, In-person testing every Saturday morning at 8:45 AM.

Want to know what you would score on a real test?

Get the score you need for the school or
scholarship you want. 


Starting one of our classes without a baseline score?

See what you would score on an actual full-length proctored ACT/SAT.


Ease your anxiety about taking the ACT in a practice environment.

All of these are good reasons to take a free practice test with us.

Free Practice Tests

Once you complete the registration form, you will receive a confirmation email and we’ll be sure to send you a reminder email a few days prior to the event. We’ll contact you to set up a ScoresBack Appointment the week following the testing event. We take the importance of the test(s) and your confidentiality seriously, so we do not email, mail, or fax scores. We believe the results are too important to not explain them in person.

Plan to bring a snack, a calculator, and #2 pencils to the event!

**If you’ve already taken official tests (excluding PreACT & PSAT), these scores will be used in lieu of the GSP Practice Tests.**

Accommodations: If you receive accommodations for the ACT or SAT, please send us the documentation you’ve received from the test maker and/or the accommodations you’ve applied for along with some information about the student’s IEP or 504 Plan. We request this information at least ten days prior to the testing event in order to ensure we’re providing the right accommodations and that we have the proctor availability on the requested date.