Is the ACT biased? In this article, learn about bias looks like on different standardized tests, and if you should worry about the ACT.
Any ACT Science graph can be decoded by using the three graph comprehension strategies from this blog.
In Part 2, I continue to analyze an unusually complex ACT Science graph. This visual looks intimidating at a glance, but can be mastered by using the three graph-interpretation strategies that work for other more common types of ACT Science graphs.
Just like any other graph, a complicated graph can be analyzed and understood with the use of the three-pronged strategy I gave you in my earlier post on understanding graphs: know the parts of the graph, connect the text to the graph, and connect the questions to the graph.
The Preliminary SAT, or PSAT, is a test administered by the College Board, sponsor of the SAT, that most students take in October or November during their junior year of high school, and possibly during freshmen or sophomore year.
No matter what the problem is, there are a few tips that can help you crack the ACT Math test with less stress and more efficiency.
Usually, the PSAT is offered on a Wednesday in October or November. In 2016, the dates the PSAT is offered will include Wednesday, October 19; Saturday, October 22; and Wednesday, November 2. Be careful, though: your school will pick one of these dates and have the other as a backup, so make sure you know which day the main test administration will take place by talking to your guidance counselor or the person in charge of the PSAT at your school.
In order for you to understand science passages on the ACT, you will need some general science knowledge. In this post, we’ll look at a basic science idea you must understand if you want to get a top score in ACT Science: the scientific method.
Your ACT Reading Score is much more than your love (or hate) relationship with the printed word.
Recently, many students have been shocked by their low scores on the new ACT essay. Here are some tips for the new ACT essay to help make sure you get the essay score you deserve.