First, you take a low-stakes initial diagnostic with a similar scope of expectations to those exams that some U.S. colleges and universities require for admission.
You can choose among many possible study paths to best match the scope of the exam you will be taking.
Aim toward a high score. The study paths for SAT® and ACT® have high target scores to keep you studying toward your personal best!
EdReady is not the same thing as SAT® or ACT®. Contact your school to find out if EdReady is an option for admission requirement, and if so which version/goal/study path you should be working with.
Sometimes the hardest part of achieving a goal is showing up consistently. If you don’t use EdReady regularly, it can’t help you. Plan to spend at least 30 minutes a session until you get a sense of how much time you need to budget to meet your goal in the timeframe you choose.
If you put in the time and learn the material, EdReady can help you prepare to take the SAT® and/or ACT®.
If you hit any roadblocks or want extra, just-in-time support, take advantage of UPchieve live, virtual, and anonymous math tutoring, available 24/7.