Knowledge is power, and becoming familiar with the question types on the ACT Science test can do wonders for your test prep plan. Learning these question types can help make an unfamiliar test seem like an old friend (maybe?) and can help you more easily identify your plan of attack for different questions. You won’t find these question types labeled on the ACT, but, trust me, they are there, and they are worth knowing.
Check out the video below, which will walk you through all the question types on the ACT Science test and how you can best use them to your advantage!
Dr. Kristin Fracchia makes sure Magoosh's sites are full of awesome, free resources that can be found by students prepping for standardized tests. With a PhD from UC Irvine and degrees in Education and English, she’s been working in education since 2004 and has helped students prepare for standardized tests, as well as college and graduate school admissions, since 2007. She enjoys the agony and bliss of trail running, backpacking, hot yoga, and esoteric knowledge.
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Question of the Day: ACT Question of the Day
The total cost to rent a tour bus for a day is the same for any party over fifteen. If the cost is $720 for a group of sixteen, how much less would a group of twenty-four riders have to pay per person than a group of sixteen?