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 […]
“If you catch a man a fish, he eats for a day. If you teach a man to fish, you’ve lost your market base.” Similar is the world of ACT prep. Seriously, if there were some silver bullet for ACT success, I’d hand it out in a heartbeat though it’d mean the end of my […]
Here is an overview of the 5 most often tested ACT English topics with links to resources you can use to up your English game.
ACT prep class may feel like a chore, but it can be a great tool towards ACT success. In this article, learn how to take advantage of every minute.
In Geometry class, there are several forms of an equation of a line that most students learn.
You learn standard form, slope-intercept form, point-slope form, etc., but for basically every single question that the ACT Math section asks you about lines on a coordinate plane, there’s only ONE you really need to know. Only ONE that is really useful.
You don’t need to be Albert Einstein to do well on the ACT Math. Check out this guide to make the most of your study time.
ACT English is very conscious of varying word forms in the English language and you’ll get a lot of questions that deal with them. Here are some rules to remember as you keep an eye on word forms in the English portion of the exam.
Introducing our free ACT flashcard app made by our experts here at Magoosh, covering the essential English, math and science knowledge you need to know for the ACT. Available on web, Apple App Store, and Google Play!
How useful is it to take both the ACT and the SAT? It depends on who you are.
Sometimes, you need to stay awake just a little bit longer, whether you have to complete an assignment, finish studying for a test, or submit a paper. And even though all you want to do is sleep, you can’t let that happen. Since we’ve all heard of drinking coffee and taking power naps, here are some of the lesser-known ways to keep alert enough to do schoolwork.