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ACT Reading Test Prep: What You Need to Know to Crush It

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Students reading this guide to test prep for the ACT Reading portion are probably asking themselves (either literally or rhetorically), “How the heck do you study for a reading test?” Of course, this is a common issue. Many students struggle with how to properly prep for the ACT Reading section. Should students just read more to prepare? …
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ACT English Test Prep: What You Need to Know to Crush It

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The ACT English portion will test your reading and writing abilities. Students will be asked to read and make corrections to a number of passages. Sometimes no changes will be needed, other times there will be subtle grammatical or syntax errors that need to be addressed. When preparing for this portion of the test, it’s important to …
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ACT Science Test Prep: Key Concepts You Need to Know

Here are some key concepts you need to know for the ACT science section ACT & SAT
The ACT science section can be an interesting test of skills for students. While some may expect that it’s focused on the specifics, like the bones you learned in Biology or the elements you learned in Chemistry–and there is some of that–the bulk of the science section is actually focused on applying scientific thinking and scientific principals to …
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ACT Math Test Prep: Here’s What You Need to Know

Here are some ACT math test prep tips for you on your test day! ACT & SAT
It’s the spring semester of your junior year–April to be exact. Bright and early one Saturday morning you wake up, head to your testing site, and begin to mentally prepare yourself. The next three hours of your life will be spent filling in bubbles and wracking your brain for things you learned way back during …
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5 Online ACT Test Prep Resources

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When searching for ACT test prep tools, the number of available options can be a bit overwhelming. There are books, websites, online courses, review videos, in-person tutoring, and more. Some of these resources are free, others can be costly. After spending some time perusing the websites Google suggested, I came up with a list of …
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