How to prepare for the ACT, American College Testing Assessment Program
Barron's Educational Series, Jul 1, 1989 - Study Aids - 501 pages
This newly revised and thoroughly updated edition prepares students for the American College Testing Program Assessment, which is the required college entrance exam at many leading schools. In-depth subject reviews cover all test areas: English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science Reasoning. This edition also includes a new, comprehensive guide tailored specifically for students planning to take the optional ACT Writing Test, which is being introduced during the 2004ū05 school years. The manual contains an overview of the ACT, a diagnostic test, and three full-length model ACTs with all questions answered and explained. Other features included added practice exercises, study advice, and test-taking strategies for success. The book comes with a CD-ROM, which simulates test-taking conditions, offering computerized versions of the tests with automatic scoring.
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Preparing for the ACT
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