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ACT Scores Improve for Juniors at Kemper County High School

Several Kemper County High Juniors were recognized for ACT® improvements. Back row, L to R: Kaylah Hearn, Illyana McClendon, and Reslyn Ramsey. Front row, L to R: Kaylan Clayton and Anderiah Rush.

BROOKHAVEN, Miss., June 22, 2021 (Newswire.com) - Jumpstart Test Prep recently released the ACT® improvement results from Kemper County High School, whose junior class used the program to prepare for the state-administered February 2021 ACT® exam (American College Testing). Following completion of Jumpstart's complete ACT prep review, the school had 65% of its students improving their best prior English subscores by an average of 2.8 points and 38% improving their Reading sub-scores by an average of 3.46 points. Additionally, 32% of students improved their Science sub-scores by an average of 3.54 points and 47% improved their Math subscores by an average of 2.18 points.

Students who showed significant gains were excited to provide their thoughts about the review program. On her first ACT® attempt, Kemper County junior Kaylan Clayton achieved a 21 on her English subscore. She says Jumpstart made the difference because, "It helped me to gain knowledge in new areas and to refresh my memory. Jumpstart also taught me how to best use my time when taking the ACT." Anderiah Rush agrees, as her English subscore improved 5 points over her prior attempt. "The many tips and flashcards helped me to remember things I learned years ago. The mark and move strategy for time management helped me to finish the ACT completely." Rush continued, "I think other students in Mississippi need to

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