ACT

Maya Advantage

We provide 60 hours test driven training that motivates students to get the best score they deserve. We assign highly relevant weekly graded homework to help ensure that students exceed competency in all areas of the test. Scored and analyzed exams are provided to build confidence with the test-taking experience.

Our students have been admitted to MIT, Columbia University, University of Michigan (LSA, Engg, & Ross), Northwestern (including direct Medical program), Cornell, UC Berkeley, Notre Dame, Case Western, Michigan State, Wayne State (Med Stat Program), Purdue, University of Virginia, University of Chicago, UC Santa Barbara, and other fine universities...

Maya Prep Offers:

  • Interactive face-to-face classes crafted to empower the best experience on test day.
  • Virtual access to live classes.
  • In-person or remote one-on-one sessions.
  • Numerous students with 99.xx percentile.
  • Highly engaged admissions counseling.
  • Specially crafted study material.
  • Composite score improvement of 5 Points.
  • Course Schedule

    Summer 2019 Jul - Oct (Fridays : 6 - 9 pm Sundays : 4 - 7 pm)
    Dates Subject Topic
    12, Jul All Baseline Full Length Test
    14, Jul English Basic Grammar
    19, Jul Math Heart of Algebra (1 of 2)
    21, Jul Reading Fiction and Humanities
    26, Jul Science Strategies and Drills
    28, Jul English Sentence structure
    2, Aug Essay Essay Writing Strategies and Drills
    4, Aug Reading Social Science and Natural Sciences
    9, Aug Math Algebra (2 of 2) and Trigonometry
    11, Aug All Midpoint Full Length Test
    16, Aug Science Strategies and Drills
    18, Aug English Punctuation
    23, Aug Math Geometry
    25, Aug Reading Strategies and Drills
    30, Aug - 4, Sep Labor Day
    6, Sep Science Strategies and Drills
    8, Sep English Rhetorical skills
    13, Sep Reading Strategies and Drills
    15, Sep Math Cordinate Geometry
    20, Sep Science Strategies and Drills
    22, Sep Math Section Review
    29, Sep All Jeopardy Competition
    6, Oct All Final Full Length Test
    Sundays : 3 - 6 pm
    Dates Subject Topic
    14, Oct All Baseline Full Length Test
    21, Oct English Rhetorical skills
    28, Oct Math Algebra (1 of 2)
    4, Nov Reading Fiction and Humanities
    11, Nov Science Strategies and Drills
    18, Nov English Basic Grammar
    25, Nov Thanksgiving
    2, Dec Math Algebra (2 of 2)
    9, Dec Reading Social science and Natural Sciences
    16, Dec Essay Essay Writing Strategies and Drills
    23, Dec Christmas
    30, Dec Christmas
    6, jan New Year's
    13, Jan Science Strategies and Drills
    20, Jan All Midpoint Full Length Test
    27, Jan English Sentence structure
    3, Feb Math Geometry
    10, Feb Reading Strategies and Drills
    17, Feb Science Strategies and Drills
    24, Feb English Punctuation
    3, Mar Math Coordinate Geometry
    10, Mar Reading Strategies and Drills
    17, Mar Science Strategies and Drills
    24, Mar Math Section Review
    31, Mar All Jeopardy Competition
    7, Apr All Final Full Length Test
    Troy Class-1 (Saturdays : 12 - 3 pm)
    Dates Subject Topic
    13, Oct All Full Length Test
    20, Oct Math Heart of Algebra (1 of 2)
    27, Oct Reading Reading Strategies, Fiction Passages
    3, Nov Math Heart of Algebra (2 of 2)
    10, Nov Writing & Language Expression of Ideas
    17, Nov Math Problem Solving and Data Analysis (1 of 2)
    24, Nov Thanksgiving
    1, Dec Reading Information and Ideas, Words in Context, Science Passages
    8, Dec Math Problem Solving and Data Analysis (2 of 2))
    15, Dec Essay Writing Essay Writing Strategies and Drills
    22, Dec Christmas
    29, Dec Christmas
    5, Jan New Year
    12, Jan Writing & Language Conventions of Usage
    19, Jan Math Passport to Advanced Math
    26, Jan All Full Length Test
    2, Feb Reading Rhetoric and Synthesis, Double Passages
    9, Feb Math Additional Topics in Math (1 of 2)
    16, Feb Writing & Language Sentence Structure
    23, Feb Math Additional Topics in Math (2 of 2)
    2, Mar Reading Speech Passages and Strategies
    9, Mar Writing & Language Punctuation
    16, Mar Math Math Section Review
    23, Mar Reading Reading Section Review
    30, Mar All Jeopardy Competition
    6, Apr All Full Length Test

    About the ACT

    ACT Information

    Overview :

    Most popular college entrance exam accepted and valued by all universities and colleges in the United States. It is based on high school study and provides personalized information about students strengths.

    Exam Pattern :

    Multiple-choice questions provide a set of answer options from which the student must select the correct or the best-fit answer. On a multiple-choice question, there will be four answer options lettered A, B, C, and D. Only one of these will be correct.

    Exam length :

    2 hours 55 minutes. 40-minute optional essay.

    Score :

    Total Score: 1 - 36. A calculator is allowed on the entire Math section. This test suits students who are comfortable with science passages.

    ACT Specifications

    Math

    60 Minutes     60 Questions

    Eight reporting categories are addressed in the mathematics test.

    Preparing for Higher Math (57–60%) | Number & Quantity (7–10%) | Algebra (12–15%) | Functions (12–15%) | Geometry (12–15%) | Statistics & Probability (8–12%) | Integrating Essential Skills (40–43%) | Modeling (>25%)

    English

    45 Minutes     75 Questions

    Three reporting categories are addressed covering six elements of effective writing.

    Production of Writing (29–32%) - Topic Development , Organization, Unity, and Cohesion | Knowledge of Language (13–19%) - effective language use. | Conventions of Standard English (51–56%) - Sentence Structure and Formation , Punctuation, Usage.

    Science

    35 Minutes     40 Questions

    Skills required in biology, chemistry, Earth/space sciences and physics.

    Interpretation of Data (45–55%) | Scientific Investigation (20–30%) | Evaluation of Models, Inferences, and Experimental Results (25–35%)

    Writing Language

    40 Minutes     1 Prompt

    The optional writing section measures writing skills taught in high school English classes and in entry level college composition courses.Four domain scores- Ideas and Analysis | Development and Support | Organization | Language Use and Conventions

    Reading

    35 Minutes     40 Questions

    The reading test assesses skills in three reporting categories.

    Key Ideas and Details (55–60%) | Craft and Structure (25–30%) | Integration of Knowledge and Ideas (13–18%)