Crash Course for the ACT

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Random House Incorporated, May 1, 2000 - Study Aids - 189 pages
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Crash Course for the ACT is designed for the student who has waited until the very last minute to get ready for the test -- which, come to think of it, describes most of the 1.8 million students who take this test annually. It contains:
-- The 10 strategies most essential to acing the exam
-- 100 practice questions to help apply and perfect these techniques
-- Detailed answer explanations to help one avoid making the same mistakes twice

In a manageable length of 208 pages, this guide covers every section of the test: English, reading, math, and science reasoning. Students who need extra help in areas such as algebra, geometry, grammar and reading comprehension will benefit from no-nonsense review sections and drill questions throughout the book.

Also included are The Princeton Review's proven score-raising techniques for the ACT, including how to spot sentence errors, how to crack algebra problems by "plugging in", and how to guess intelligently when not sure of the answer.

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Shawn Michael Domzalski came to the Princeton Review in 1991 while living in Taiwan and working as a Chinese to English translator. He has received letters of recognition from both ACT and the California Department of Education for recording a perfect score on the ACT (something he's done at least 4 times).

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