The Procrastinator's Guide to the ACT

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Simon and Schuster, Dec 24, 2002 - Study Aids - 238 pages
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It's Not Too Late to Prepare for the ACT(R)

Have you waited until the very last minute to start studying for the ACT? No problem. "The Procrastinator's Guide to the ACT" is your down-to-the-wire guide to the must-know, essential concepts on the test. Small enough to carry around with you anywhere, "The Procrastinator's Guide to the ACT" will help focus your preparation to maximize your score in the minimum amount of time.

- Learn techniques on how to approach each question type.
- Prepare for only what you need to know to score your highest on the ACT.
- Succeed by making the most of your available study time with targeted review.
- Score Higher using Kaplan's exclusive, time-saving strategies.

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Introduction to the ACT
The Four Subject Tests
The Top Ten Strategies

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