How to prepare for the ACT, American College Testing Assessment Program

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Barron's Educational Series, Inc., Jul 1, 1991 - Study Aids - 560 pages
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An extensive new revision of this important test preparation manual features one diagnostic exam and four full-length model ACTs, all with questions answered and explained. Subject review chapters serve as refresher courses in English, math, reading, and science reasoning.

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Contents

Introduction
3
PART TWO DIAGNOSTIC EXAMINATION
13
PART THREE REVIEW AND PRACTICE FOR THE ACT
67
Sample English Test
139
Mathematics Review and Practice
149
Algebra and Coordinate Geometry with Practice Exercises
180
Geometry with Practice Exercises
233
Trigonometry with Practice Exercises
248
Sample Reading Test
335
Science Reasoning Review and Practice
345
Data Representation Questions
353
Research Summaries Questions
369
Conflicting Viewpoints Questions
381
Sample Science Reasoning Test
399
Model Examination A
409
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411

Sample Mathematics Test
264
Prose Fiction
282
Humanities
296
Social Sciences
308
Natural Sciences
321
Model Examination B
461
Model Examination C
509
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About the author (1991)

George Ehrenhaft is Chairman of the English Dept., Mamaroneck, NY, High School, and the author of several textbook supplements on grammar and writing skills.

Allan Mundsack graduated with the Highest Honors from Wisconsin State University, La Crosse. Since then, he has taught for over 30 years in nine different schools. He has been recognized by "Who's Who Among America's Teachers, " and has contributed his mathematical knowledge to several education books.

Charlotte Doctor earned her undergraduate degree from San Diego State University and later receives received her Masters in English from the University of Kentucky. She is currently teaching at Los Angeles Pierce College, where she has served as Director of the Honors Program and of the PACE Program.

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