Trigonometric identities are used in problems involving triangles, but also when working out limits, derivatives and integrals of trigonometric functions.
The PreACT is basically a mini-ACT that you take before the ACT. Most students will take the ACT their junior year, making sophomores the official target group of the exam. Other than being a little bit easier and a little bit shorter, the test is exactly like the ACT.
While finding the right ACT test study guide for you may seem overwhelming, given all the material that’s out there, we have the perfect resources to help you navigate those muddy waters of ACT prep! So let’s start our journey by taking a look at Magoosh’s ACT prep study guide and what you can expect to find in it.
Your ACT is in one week! Prepare using one of our One Week ACT Study Plans. We have one for ACT newbies who haven’t studied before, one for students looking for a quick score improvement, and one for those of you who just need a last-minute refresher course. Good luck!
In this short article, we discus the AP Calculus exam length. We’ll also see a few tips for budgeting your time on the test. AP Calculus Exam Length The whole test takes 3 hours and 15 minutes, but it is broken up into two large sections (usually with a short break in between). Each section, […]
The main reason for taking AP exams is to earn college credits before even stepping foot on campus. After all, the letters “AP” stand for advanced placement. So if you can score well on the AP Calculus AB or BC exam, then you may automatically earn credits for college-level calculus courses. This gives you a […]
There’s a reason why you chose to attend the college you’re currently at, so why would you voluntarily leave a place you chose to call home for 4 years? Well, if it’s to study abroad for a semester, you may just be making the right choice. Freshmen and sophomore often consider studying abroad for a […]
Are you taking the ACT on April 8 or the SAT on May 6? If you have a disability and need extra time, a reader, or space in a separate room to take either test, you should not have any trouble getting accommodations. Both the College Board (which administers the SAT) and ACT Inc. […]
Applying to college can be a source of stress for many families…here are a few tips to make the process more bearable. 1. Start early Keep early in perspective; we’re not talking preschool here. Freshman and sophomore year you should focus on excelling academically and finding hobbies you’ll stick with. Junior year you should get […]
This week I learned that assuming that certain things will happen isn’t the best mindset. Yet I’m going to go out on a limb and assume that if you’re reading this article, it’s likely you’ve failed a high school class. If you’ve just learned the news, I’d recommend taking a day or two before coming […]