McGraw-Hill's ACT, 2009 Edition (Google eBook)

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 10, 2008 - Study Aids - 544 pages
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For the more than 1.2 million students who take the test-a powerful study tool from nationally recognized ACT experts

Once mainly known in the Midwest and South, the ACT is now nearly as popular as the SAT nationwide, with registrations in big East Coast states increasing dramatically. McGraw-Hill's ACT is created by teachers from Advantage Education, one of America's most renowned test-prep course providers. The newly revised 2009 edition is packed with all the sound educational features that you expect from McGraw-Hill, including in-depth instruction, smart test-taking strategies, and plenty of practice tests modeled carefully on the actual exam.

  

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McGraw Hill's ACT

User Review  - Rosanne Cordell - Book Verdict

McGraw-Hill's approach to the ACT is similar to that of the Princeton Review, including a diagnostic test and test-taking strategies. This title offers both practice tests in print and on a CD and is available online. College choice and application information is included, too. Read full review

Contents

ACT Diagnostic Assessment
9
Strategies And Review
95
Four Practice Tests
269
Appendixes
591
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About the author (2008)

Steven W. Dulan is the founder and president of Advantage Education, Inc., offering live test-prep classes at high schools and colleges as well as distance-learning programs over the Internet. He has personally prepared thousands of students for success on the ACT and other standardized exams.

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