Cracking the ACT

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Random House, Dec 15, 2012 - Study Aids - 613 pages
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Your top resource for ACT prep! The 2013 edition of Cracking the ACT has everything you need to master the ACT exam, including:

• Access to 3 full-length practice tests with detailed answer explanations—2 in the book and 1 online
• Specifics on what you need to know for all five sections of the ACT, including rhetorical skills for English, geometry for Math, strategies for Reading, experiments for Science, and guidelines for the Essay
• A completely revised chapter about the Science Test
• Strategies for turning complex algebra into simple arithmetic
• Lessons and tutorials available online for more practice
 

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Contents

Orientation
1
Triage
15
Guessing and POE
21
How to Crack the ACT English Test
29
Complete t
45
Consistent Clear and Concise
59
Flhetorical Skills
75
How to Crack the ACT Mathematics Test
89
Distractors
249
The FourStep System
269
How to Crack the ACT Science Test
303
Scientific Reasoning Skills
309
Fighting Scientists
349
How to Crack the ACT Writing Test
363
Drill Answers and Explanations
391
The Princeton Review ACT Practice Exam I
407

1D Fundamentals
103
No More Algebra
123
I2 Plane Geometry
139
Word Problems
177
Graphing and Coordinate Geometry
201
Trigonometry
219
How to Crack the ACT Reading Test
231
Answers and Explanations
473
The Essay
477
The Princeton Review ACT Practice Exam 2
509
Answers and Explanations
573
About the Authors
627
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