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Anika Manzoor

19 ACT Grammar Rules You Need to Know to Get a Great Score

For a top-notch ACT English score, you need to know your grammar rules inside and out. More than half of the questions in the ACT English section test your understanding of English grammar, known on the ACT as “Conventions of Standard English” questions. Although this post won’t go through ALL the English rules to know […]

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Rachel Kapelke-Dale

How Many Times Should I Take the ACT?

It depends, but if you’re just starting your ACT journey, Mr. B offers some advice on how many times a student should take the ACT for maximum success.

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Rachel Kapelke-Dale

Quick ACT Prep in 20 Minutes Per Day (ACT Streaks)

Need some quick ACT prep? You’re in the right place! Magoosh has put together an ACT study guide specially designed to give you the biggest bang for your buck in about 20 minutes, five days a week! If you need an ACT study guide in 2020 that will get you where you need to be […]

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Kristin Fracchia

One Month ACT Study Schedule

{{Privy:Embed campaign=1239640}} So you have one month until your ACT test date, and you are ready to commit to some serious studying. You’re aiming for scores that demonstrate your highest potential—Average ACT scores just won’t cut it. Sound like you? Then check out the One Month ACT Study Plan below! If you follow this plan, […]

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Kristin Fracchia

ACT Raw Score Conversion Chart

Every official ACT test has its own chart that converts raw scores to scores on the 1 to 36 point scale, but if you find yourself in need of a rough estimate for a practice test, or if you simply want an estimate of how many questions you need to get right to get a certain score, the following official ACT raw score conversion chart can help!

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Kristin Fracchia

How to Study for an ACT Retake

Retaking the ACT? You’re not alone—lots of test-takers find that after their first official exam, they want different results. But the reality is most students sign up for an ACT retake and do exactly the same thing over again. It’s time to learn from the experience! Let’s do some soul-searching about how to study for […]

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Rachel Kapelke-Dale

ACT Scores: Everything You Need to Know

ACT scores range from a low of 1 to a max score of 36. Overall, ACT test scores are the average of test-takers’ sectional scores (also 1-36) in English, Math, Reading, and Science. So what is a good ACT score? The ACT score range for students admitted to different colleges varies, and the average ACT score is 20.8. However, various factors will affect what a “good” ACT score is for you.

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Rachel Kapelke-Dale

Should I Take an ACT Diagnostic Test?

Find out why you should take an ACT diagnostic test, why it’s important, and what you can learn from it to get your best score.

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David Recine

ACT Accommodations: How to Get Assistance on Test Day

Learn how to apply for ACT accommodations and/or English Learner supports, testing dates, and how to simulate ACT accommodations in your test prep.

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Molly Kiefer

How to Guess on the ACT | Video Post

The April 2019 ACT test date is coming up next Saturday, and if you’re planning on taking the exam you may be getting a little nervous! But don’t worry–although most of your ACT prep is probably now behind you, there are a few test-taking hacks you can still add to your toolkit. In this video, […]

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