The Procrastinator's Guide to the ACT 2005

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Simon and Schuster, Dec 1, 2004 - Study Aids - 291 pages
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Minimize Your Study Time.
Maximize Your Score.

Postponed studying for the ACT? No problem -- Kaplan's got you covered with The Procrastinator's Guide to the ACT, 2005 Edition. Instead of cramming, use this guide to target your review with a simple, step-by-step approach. You will concentrate on strategies to help you score more points in each section and learn how to avoid making costly mistakes. You'll score higher on the ACT -- Guaranteed.

This concise approach offers:

Full-length practice test with detailed answer explanations

An overview of the four ACT subject tests: English, Math, Reading, and Science Reasoning

Proven score-raising strategies for each question type

Kaplan's approach to writing a high-scoring essay

Last-minute tips and stress management advice

 

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Contents

Classic Math Strategies
67
Calculator Techniques
79
Algebra Coordinate Geometry Percents and Averages
85
Geometry
97
The Key to ACT Reading
109
Basic Science Techniques
131
Experiments
139
The Conflicting Viewpoints Passage
149
Write What Counts
159
Practice Test and Explanations
181
ACT Resources
279
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Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions has helped more than 3 million students achieve their educational and career goals. With 185 centers and over 1,200 classroom locations throughout the U.S. and abroad, Kaplan provides a full range of services, including test-prep courses, admissions consulting, programs for international students, professional licensing preparation, and more.

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