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Wednesday, July 03, 2013

Free ACT practice resources

ACT Website has review materials

If you are preparing to take the ACT, the ACT website has practice questions and writing prompts:
Review these practice questions to help familiarize yourself with the ACT® test.

For each question, click on your answer to see if you are correct.

Five sets of questions are available for English and Mathematics; four sets are available for Reading; and seven are available for Science.

To prepare for the Writing Test portion of the ACT Plus Writing, see a sample writing prompt and responses.

The website also allows you to schedule exams, view your ACT scores, and to change your registration if necessary.

Why take the ACT?

ACT scores are accepted at all 4 year universities in the United States.
The questions are curriculum based, not aptitude or IQ based, meaning students should not be at a disadvantage. 

ACT Test Prep-Science on YouTube

Super Magnet Man on YouTube has a set of 8 videos that will help you to prepare for the Science ACT. I have heard good things about him. His accent is a little distracting to me, but he definitely knows what he is talking about. Here is the intro video:

Synopsis from video:
This is the first clip of an 8 video course aimed to help high school students understand the science portion of the ACT test. The Science section is usually the most misunderstood part of the ACT test and hopefully this video series will help students tremendously.

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