How to prepare for the ACT, American College Testing Assessment

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Barron's, Feb 1, 2001 - Study Aids - 564 pages
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A major revision and updating of Barron's test preparation manual for the American College Testing Assessment Program includes in-depth subject reviews in English, math, reading, and science reasoning. Also brought up to date is a diagnostic test and four full-length model ACTs, all with questions answered and explained. Additional features include practice exercises in all test subjects, study advice, and test-taking tips. Brand new this season is an optional CD-ROM with 00 model ACTs, presented so that they closely simulate actual test-taking conditions.

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Contents

Introduction THE ACT ASSESSMENT
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BEFORE TAKING THE ACT
5
Registering for the ACT
6
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

George Ehrenhaft is Chairman of the English Dept., Mamaroneck, NY, High School, and the author of several textbook supplements on grammar and writing skills.

Lehrman is a former Science Department Supervisor at Roslyn High School at Roslyn, New York.

Allan Mundsack graduated with the Highest Honors from Wisconsin State University, La Crosse. Since then, he has taught for over 30 years in nine different schools. He has been recognized by "Who's Who Among America's Teachers, " and has contributed his mathematical knowledge to several education books.

Charlotte Doctor earned her undergraduate degree from San Diego State University and later receives received her Masters in English from the University of Kentucky. She is currently teaching at Los Angeles Pierce College, where she has served as Director of the Honors Program and of the PACE Program.

Obrecht is Professor of English at Los Angeles Pierce College, Los Angeles, California.

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