Guidelines for Preparing Students Early
The sooner you can measure students’ strengths, weaknesses, and personal interests, the better you can be at putting them on the pathway to college and career success.
From a high level, here are some general guidelines for helping students prepare early.
- Have a Proactive Mindset
They say, “always be prepared.” We say, “prepare even earlier,” especially when it affects your college and career. That’s why ACT can help your students start to prepare as early as grade 3.
- Embrace Better Data
Having data is one thing, but what’s the benefit if you don’t know what to do with it? ACT data gives you more than numbers. It contextualizes the information and translates it into real guidance.
- Establish Personal Paths to Improvement
Effective preparation for one student isn’t always the same for another. That’s why we’ve integrated measurement into our learning systems that embraces personalized navigation to achieve success at any age.
Download this FREE eBook, where you’ll learn best practices for early student preparation, along with some ACT solutions that other schools have had success with between grades 3 and 10.