Man Doing MathACT Prep Course

Precollegiate Programs at the University of Oklahoma provides the ACT Preparation Course to help ensure each student's performance on the ACT test is an accurate measure of his or her acquired knowledge and skills in the content areas.

Students find that taking the OU ACT Preparation Course will:

  • Explain how to use your time effectively, understand directions, read the questions, and review your answers.
  • Suggest strategies that are particular to the types of questions.
  • Feature lectures with practice tests to review content, topics, and types of questions found on the ACT test.


Please note: This course will be online for the 2020-2021 year. 

This course will be offered virtually this year! Students will work through lessons and practice questions on each ACT subject session at their own pace via Canvas and then have a group zoom session with their facilitator on the Saturday date chosen below. Each instructor will have an hour to answer any questions the students have while working through the online content, as well as highlight the most important tips and tricks to remember for the exam. 

Register and pay online by clicking the desired date below or download the PDF form and return it to the Precollegiate office.

Please note that you are signing up for the date of your zoom group session. You will have access to the online Canvas course from the date you register until 30 days after the zoom session date. 

COST: $100

Includes access to online course materials and zoom links for group zoom sessions with instructors. The date below is the date your student will have group zoom sessions with the ACT instructors. Zoom sessions will be from 9am – 12:30pm, with one hour with each instructor and 15 minute breaks between sessions. 

Students must register prior to the course to ensure we have enough materials for everyone. The registration deadline is seven days prior to the course date to allow students time to work through the online course materials.


Due to the online nature of this course, no refunds will be given after online access has been granted to the course. Please ensure that you will be available for the date of the zoom course you sign up for. 


The faculty consists of high school educators with years of teaching experience. They have conducted courses all over the state for students, teachers, and counselors interested in preparing themselves and their students for standardized testing.


The University of Oklahoma offers an on-campus or residual testing program for high school students. Results from this ACT residual test may be used for University of Oklahoma admission and scholarship programs. The exams are offered at OU's Center for Independent and Distance Learning.