## Category: ACT Video Post

ACT or SAT?! In this SAT vs ACT comparison video we’ll talk about how to know whether you should take the New SAT or the ACT in 2018.

Struggling with ACT Math? Don’t worry, we’re here to help! Check out our latest video for tips and study hacks to crush the 2018-2019 ACT Math Section.

Looking for a few quick tips on how to crush the ACT English section? Your search is over! Watch our free video for 5 must-have ACT English tips and study hacks that will help you shine your brightest on test day.

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!

If you are an international student, here are some things to think about to determine if the ACT is a better test for you. Check out the video for our tips for international students!

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.

In this episode, we take a look at the average ACT scores of admitted students at the prestigious Ivy League, including composite scores and writing scores.

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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.