ACT: American College Testing Program

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교보문고, Jun 1, 1996 - Study Aids - 577 pages
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The ACT-taker's top choice gets a bold new makeover!

Now revised, updated, and redesigned in a handsome two-color format, this guide to the "other" college entrance test includes four full-length sample exams -- trial runs guaranteed to boost scores, Practice Workouts to pump up skills, Test Busters -- inside strategies for psyching out the test -- and an ACT Countdown with tips for planning the best self-study program.

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Joan U. Levy is a name commonly seen on the covers of examination preparation guides. Levy earned a Bachelor's degree from the City College of New York, a Master's degree in Guidance and Counseling from Fordham University, and a Ph.D. in Behavioral Science. She has had more then two decades of teaching and school guidance background and has worked as a guidance counselor and educational evaluator for the New York Board of Education and served as director of the NJL College Preparation and Learning Center. Joan Levy has helped put together numerous test-taking guidebooks for examinations designed for career and educational advancement, including college entrance test study guides.

Levy operates a private college counseling and test-preparation service based in Albertson, New York

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