My greatest success is a student that went from an 8 to a 16 on the ACT. Anybody that scores a single digit ACT score has some issues in terms of skill levels, but if you can get that up to a 16 and that person can qualify to go to the city colleges and then graduate with an associate's degree, to me that's one of my greatest success stories!"
Richard B.College and Career Coach
"Cambridge staff are just a blessing to us and to our students. Thanks for sharing your information with us during the conference. It has truly made a difference for our students and their ability to test and their ACT scores. You are so generous with your materials. I will be on the lookout for them and appreciate all that you do to make a tremendous difference in the college goals of our students, and the curriculum that we are able to provide to them.”
Debbie L.Director Upward Bound
The Cambridge program for ACT Prep has made my job easier! Now I can provide everything for my instructors in one package; lesson plans, instructor material, and access to live help.”
Deborah C.Coordinator of Community Education and Academic Outreach
"This pair of books is perfect to me, as the Victory book addresses characteristics of the ACT while the Big Book provides numerous exercises for students to address their needs. I have always thought that the more problems a student does, the better they get."
The state of Tennessee wants schools to attain a 21 on the ACT by 2020. After implementing Cambridge for 11th grade students at our 3 high schools, we have already hit and surpassed the target of achieving a 21. In fact, we had seniors retake the ACT in December and scores went up even more.
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