The only book on the market with real, complete ACTs, Official Guide
to the ACT Assessment inspires confidence in students, parents, and teachers
alike by providing reliable, up-to-date test-taking advice from the test-makers
themselves. Three actual--not simulated--full-length ACTs help students
sharpen their test-taking skills to prepare for exam day.
Two full-length practice ACT exams, Stress-busting cartoons by Rich
Tennant, Straightforward, easy-to-understand explanations of mathematical
concepts you can apply to many ACT math problems; grammatical rules presented
in plain English, along with examples; and science reasoning tips you'll
find useful long after you've closed your test booklet. A list of the top
ten dumb mistakes that students make when taking the ACT (Don't let these
happen to you!) And the inside scoop on admissions from an independent
Panic Plan for the ACT is ideal for the student who is too busy to
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Every year 1.5 million students take the ACT, which is required by
many colleges and universities, and is second only to the SAT in terms
of overall number of students taking the test. These ACT guides teach students
how to use the clock to their advantage, master the techniques that will
raise their scores, and find right answers by eliminating wrong ones. The
CD-ROM includes four sample tests, with one full-length test in the book.
A comprehensive guide for college-bound students preparing for the
American College Test includes strategies for each subject area, the latest
rules on calculator use, and a full-length sample test with a feedback
section on which to practice.