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Free practice ACT on June 2

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College Nannies & Tutors Kansas City is again offering college-bound students the opportunity to sit for a free practice ACT in a timed and scored setting, simulating the true testing situation. Results will be shared with participants to assist in their continued test preparation in advance of the September 10 or October 22 testing dates.

Anytime high school students are able to gain experience with the ACT's content and timing, they are better able to discover testing strengths and to pinpoint weaker areas that might need additional attention before the official testing date. Take advantage!

The practice test, offered at no charge, will take place on Saturday, June 2 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the College Nannies + Tutors location in the Kansas City Northland, in the northwest corner of Zona Rosa (7400 NW 87th Terrace).

Space is limited; advance registration is required. To participate, contact Luke Hesler, Tutor Coordinator, at (816) 256-5907 or via email.

The deadline to register for the September 10 ACT is August 12.

The deadline to register for the October 22 ACT is September 16.

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