Barron's Act, 2007-2008
Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated, Sep 1, 2006 - Study Aids - 697 pages
Revised and updated to reflect the current ACT Assessment tests, this manual and its accompanying CD-ROM offers high school students comprehensive preparation for a major national college entrance exam. In-depth reviews cover all test areas: English, Math, Reading, and Science. Because the ACT also offers an extra and optional, half-hour-long Writing Test, the manual includes a writer's guide specifically tailored to meet test-takers' needs. In addition to subject reviews, this book contains an overview of the ACT, a diagnostic test, and three full-length practice ACTs with all questions answered and explained. Students will find additional practice exercises in all subjects, study advice, and test-taking strategies. The accompanying CD-ROM simulates test-taking conditions for the actual 2 hours, 55 minutes ACT test. It presents computerized versions of all tests in the book plus automatic scoring.
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PART TWO DIAGNOSTIC EXAMINATION
PART THREE REVIEW AND PRACTICE FOR THE ACT
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