Regular practice, even for an hour or less each day, is key to improving your ACT score. Get your daily dose of ACT practice with Magoosh’s ACT Question of the Day!
If you’re a high school student contemplating your future, you’re probably wondering what ACT score you should aim for. In this post, we’ll look in particular at how to get a 23 score on the ACT. Why 23? If you’re hoping to attend college, a 23 score is high enough that your post-high school dreams […]
ACT Science tables and graphs can be very intimidating. Here’s how to read them and how to quickly spot the information you need to answer ACT questions.
It’s crazy how many students don’t take advantage of the free resources on the ACT website. Lucky ducks, we made you this complete guide to all the best stuff…
If you’re planning on taking the ACT, you might have some anxiety about the questions you’ll encounter. How hard will they be? What are some of the most difficult ACT questions like? In our experience, students find that some of the most difficult ACT questions take several steps to solve. In Math, problems can always […]
Working on improving your ACT Reading score? Try these ACT Reading practice questions to test and polish your skills!
In this episode of TuesdACT, we are taking a look at the principles of multiplying and adding even and odd numbers using an example from The Real ACT Prep Guide that lots of students struggle with. Real ACT Prep Guide Test 4 Question 48 on page 599, we are coming for you! Check out […]
Whether you’re looking for free resources, practice tests, or questions, we’ve got you covered! Check out this post for ACT English practice resources.
Check out these top strategies for practicing ACT Science, and then practice with these authentic ACT Science questions (with explanations) yourself.
If you’ve read Part 1 of the “Conquering Right Triangles…” series, you’re ready to rock some more challenging ACT Math questions with a quick “Triangles” quiz! Try each question on your own, then check your answer against the explanation! Question #1: A right triangle with one length of 60 degrees has two leg lengths of […]