Practice Tests Are Your Best Friends
Practice Tests Are Your Best Friends
In this crazy world of ours, there is one thing that you can always take for granted: the ACT will stay the same. In fact, the ACT might be the most predictable test ever written. Every edition of the test covers the same topics to precisely the same degree. No matter when you take the ACT, you will see, for example, 10 questions on the English Test that cover punctuation and 14 questions on the Math Test that cover pre-algebra. In addition, the way that questions on different versions of the test address particular topics will be quite constant. A question trying your understanding of 30-60-90 triangles on one version of the ACT will be very similar to a question concerning 30-60-90 triangles on another. Obviously, the questions on one version of the ACT won’t be exactly the same as the questions on another version, but they will be remarkably similar. The main difference is in the phrasing of the questions, not the skills and content that are tested.
This constancy from test to test can be of great benefit to you as you study for the ACT. To show how you can use the similarity between different versions of the ACT to your advantage, we provide a case study.
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