The ACT Science section is the fourth section of the ACT, and the final multiple-choice section on the test. During this section, you’ll be asked to answer 40 multiple-choice questions corresponding to six or seven passages. These questions focus extensively on scientific reasoning; only a handful will test scientific facts. After the Science section, you […]
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, […]
The ACT Essay is an optional, 40-minute section of the ACT, which tests your ability to craft an organized, well-articulated analytical essay on a given topic. The prompt presents three distinct perspectives on a complex issue, in response to which you must write an essay, taking your own stance on the issue by analyzing the […]
With the February 2019 ACT test date approaching, now’s the time to go over last minute ACT tips—and we’re here to help you make sure everything goes as smoothly as possible on your big day! In this video, Magoosh’s ACT expert Kat will review the 10 things you should definitely bring with you on the […]
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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!
Here’s a sure-fire trick for answering those ACT English questions that ask whether or not a sentence or phrase should be added or deleted!