Cracking the ACT, 2010 Edition

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Random House, 2009 - Study Aids - 619 pages
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If it’s on the ACT, it’s in this book.Cracking the ACT, 2010 Editionincludes:

3 full-length practice tests with detailed explanations—2 in the book and 1 online
Comprehensive and engaging review of all ACT subjects from trigonometry to reading comprehension
Practice questions and explanations in every chapter
Practical information on the what, when, where, and how of the ACT
Detailed walk-through of how to write great essays
Strategies for turning complex algebra into simple arithmetic
Online lessons and tutorials for more practice
Planning and organization tips to get you all the way to test day!
  

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Very reliable book with good information pertaining to the ACT test I took. The book was easy to navigate and had many opportunities to review and take practice tests in the book. I definitely would recommend it to anyone about to take the ACT Read full review

Contents

bLJI7
7
Triage
13
Introduction to the ACT English Test
29
Grammar and Usage
61
B Rhetorical Skills
75
Geometry
173
Graphing and Coordinate Geometry
201
Trigonometry
218
How to Crack the ACT Science Reasoning Test
299
Experiments
335
Fighting Scientists
355
llow to Greek the ACT Writing Tat
369
Drill Answers and Explanations 397
396
The Princeton Review ACT Practice Exam 1
418
Answers and Explanations
487
The Princeton Review ACT Practice Exam 2
523

Introduction to the ACT Heading Test 233
247
The FourStep System
267
Answers and Explanations
586
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About the author (2009)

Martz attended Dartmouth College and Columbia University before joining The Princeton Review in 1985 as a teacher and writer.

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