Act Prep Options 

How does this tool helps students prepare for the ACT test?
–Shortened practice tests (short forms) provide a   predicted ACT score range in English, math, reading & science

–Two study paths, one structured and one adaptive
–Comprehensive content review
–Full length practice test, includes the optional writing test

Comprehensive reporting
How students can gain access to the tool (both free and paid subscriptions)
–Students who register for the ACT using a fee waiver will be provided access at no cost

–Students may purchase ACT Online Prep at the point of registration or though ACT’s website separate from registration

The Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL) is an online library that gives everyone in Tennessee access to magazine, journal and newspaper articles, essays, practice tests, e-books, primary source materials, and more! TEL is available free of charge, 24/7 from any computer with access to the internet.

PrepScholar has a wide variety of in depth guides with specific, real ACT examples. They break down exactly what's tested on each section, along with suggested study schedules and strategies for guessing and managing time. They also customize advice to make it relevant for students at all grade levels and with all different target scores and schedules.

This website lets you download four official ACT practice tests with answer keys.  You should simulate testing conditions to get a sense of time management and the real test experience. Pay close attention to how ACT questions are worded and arranged. Since there are no answer explanations, you'll have to try to analyze your mistakes and what the errors of reasoning are behind incorrect answers.
They offer group and private ACT tutoring (not free).