Act Assessment for Brainiacs

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Thomson/Peterson's, Aug 1, 2003 - Study Aids - 380 pages
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Hey, Brainiacs out there -- you know who you are. You don't need basic review or those practice questions you can do in your sleep. You aren't worried about getting a good score on the ACT Assessment -- you take "good" for granted. Maybe you've already gotten a decent ACT score, but decent isn't enough to get you into the college of your choice. You're ready for the next level. ACT Assessment for Brainiacs is the next level. It's for students like you who aren't afraid to aim high. We'll throw the toughest questions at you because those are the ones you'll need to master to reach the highest scores. But first, we'll arm you with advanced strategies so that the most complex questions and concepts seem transparent. We think you can handle them. Book jacket.

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Mark Alan Stewart is an attorney and a preeminent authority and top-selling author on the subject of graduate-level entrance exams. Mr. Stewart served as consultant to schools in the University of California and California State University systems in graduate-level entrance exam programs. His books on GRE, GMAT, and LSAT preparation are perennial top sellers among aspiring graduate, business, and law students. Mr. Stewart's other Peterson's titles for graduate-level admission include "30 Days to the GMAT; GRE Answers to the Real Essay Questions; GMAT Answers to the Real Essay Questions; Words for Smart Test Takers; Math for Smart Test Takers; "and "How to Write the Perfect Personal Statement."

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