The ACT Reading Test assesses your ability to understand what you read. For preparation tips for ACT Reading, look no further than this post!
The ACT Math Test assesses the mathematical skills students are expected to obtain before grade 12 (meaning through advanced algebra and basic trigonometry, but not calculus).
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There are four core ACT sections (Reading, English, Math, Science) and one optional Writing section. Prepare for all sections with this post!
The ACT English Test assesses your knowledge of the conventions of standard written English. This means your understanding of usage/mechanics issues such as grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure and also your comprehension of rhetorical skills, such effective writing strategy, organization, and style.
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