Cracking the ACT, 2005 Edition

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The Princeton Review, Jan 4, 2005 - Study Aids - 544 pages
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The SAT isn't the only college entrance exam that's changing; the ACT is changing, too. It will offer a new 30-minute optional writing test, similar to the essay section on the new SAT. Our annually updated Cracking the ACT includes a full-length practice ACT exam, a diagnostic exam to predict a student's score on either the ACT or the SAT, plus preparation for the new essay section.
 

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Contents

How TO CRACK THE ACT ENGLISH TEST
23
How TO CRACK THE ACT MATHEMATICS TEST
79
Graphing and Coordinate Geometry
167
How TO CRACK THE ACT READING TEST
191
How TO CRACK THE ACT SCIENCE REASONING TEST
251
How TO CRACK THE ACT WRITING TEST
319
THE PRINCETON REVIEW ACT PRACTICE EXAM 1
345
THE PRINCETON REVIEW ACT PRACTICE EXAM 2
433
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
527
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