Feeling like the ACT Reading section goes by in a flash? Check out this video for ACT Reading strategies to help you read faster and raise your score!
Want to get a truly awesome ACT Reading Section score? Check out this video for quick tips, tricks, and strategies that will have you feeling prepared on ACT test day!
Having trouble getting your ACT Reading test score up? Magoosh’s experts explain how to get a perfect score on ACT reading in this post.
On every ACT Reading test, you’ll find a few questions that fall into the category the ACT calls “Meaning of Words,” or what is often referred to as “Words in Context.” This episode of TuesdACT is all about the perfect strategy to get this question type right.
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…
There are a lot of students out there who really don’t like the fiction passage on the ACT Reading test. And then, of course, there are also those who love it. But regardless of whether you love it or hate it, the fiction passage is still is different from the other three nonfiction passages, so it requires a bit of a different eye.
In this episode of TuesdACT, we’re talking about how to improve your ACT Reading score without actually practicing with ACT questions. So basically that means working on your reading.
Working on improving your ACT Reading score? Try these ACT Reading practice questions to test and polish your skills!
If you are preparing for any test involving reading, chance are you’ve encountered the phrase “active reading” somewhere along the way. Maybe TOO many times along the way. Maybe so many times that it’s lost any appeal for you–like “cover your ears and chant la-la-la at the top of your lungs” lost its appeal). […]
Hello Magooshers! Today we have a very special treat for you – a firsthand take on the SAT vs. ACT discussion from our very own High School Blogger, Elise! 🙂 Deciding whether to take the ACT or the SAT is a frequent source of confusion. The tests truly are separate entities, and, after taking both, […]