Cracking the ACT 1997-98

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Random House Incorporated, Feb 1, 1997 - ACT Assessment - 383 pages
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A guide to preparing for the ACT, based on the Princeton Review coaching course

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Contents

How to Beat the ACT English Test
21
How to Beat the ACT Math Test
77
How to Beat the ACT Reading Test 1 83
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About the author (1997)

Martz attended Dartmouth College and Columbia University before joining The Princeton Review in 1985 as a teacher and writer.

Geoff Martz attended Dartmouth College and Columbia University, joining The Princeton Review in 1985 as a teacher and writer. His first book for The Princeton Review was Cracking the GMAT, published in 1989.
Ted Silver is a graduate of Yale University, the Yale School of Medicine, and the law school at the University of Connecticut. He became affiliated with The Princeton Review in 1988 as the chief architect of The Princeton Review's MCAT course. Dr. Silver's full-time profession is as Associate Professor of Law at Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center.
Kim Magloire is a graduate of Princeton University. She joined The Princeton Review in 1984 as an SAT teacher, and has since taught The Princeton Review's SAT II. LSAT. GMAT, GRE, and MCAT programs. Magloire is currently attending graduate school at Columbia University.

James L. Flowers, M.D., holds a medical degree from Harvard Medical School. He owns and operates the Flowers Medical Clinic in Milwaukee, where he is a board-certified specialist in internal medicine with a special interest in pain management.
Theodore Silver, M.D., is the creator of the country's leading MCAT preparatory course, offered by The Princeton Review. He holds a medical degree from Yale University School of Medicine, and currently teaches at Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center.
The Princeton Review has prepared more than 100,000 students for MCAT success with courses, books, and online support.

Katzman graduated from Princeton University in 1980. After working briefly on Wall Street, he founded The Princeton Review in 1981.

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