Here are some resources for practices skills for the ACT test.
The upcoming test dates for the SAT are March 9th, May 4th, and June 1st. The upcoming test dates for the ACT are April 13th and June 8th, 2013.
ACT Testing: Preparation, strategies, registration, and interpreting scores. Get a quick overview of the ACT and check out some of the best free and low cost resources to prepare for a top score.
Everything you need to know about the ACT (American College Testing) exam.
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The ACT Reading test will cover a wide variety of skills. Get a head start with this overview of the exam. From generalizations to meaning-in-context, the ACT will be a challenge for those unprepared!
Noun-Verb agreement has its own section on the SAT, but it also helps you in Improving Sentences, and many other areas of the ACT. The bottom line is, be careful with your conjugation!
Learn about the question types specific to the ACT English test, which include Usage & Mechanics and Rhetorical Skills.
ACT English is 45 minutes long and there are 75 questions to answer. This section assesses your knowledge of grammar and writing skills.
Usage and Mechanics questions basically test grammar skills.
The first step in preparing for the ACT English section is knowing what to expect on the test. Master these verbal skills before taking the ACT.
On Test Day, the ACT Science Test will always be the fourth test you’ll take. It will have 7 passages and you’ll have 35 minutes to complete them.
Modifiers are a group of words that describe a noun. Errors with modifiers can be hard to catch, because they are easy to hide with seemingly sophisticated sentence structure. Check out this board to avoid falling for such ploys!
Adjective, restrictive, non-restrictive, dependent, independent, santa... there are many different types of clauses. Review all of the different types of clauses and how to use them in preparation for taking the ACT and SAT exams.
Often mistaken as verbs, gerunds use verbs as nouns in the -ing form. Remember, just because it looks like a verb, doesn't mean that it always is one.
Learn about the English section of the ACT. This is where all ACT exams begin, and there's nothing better than a good start right out of the gates!
On the Research Summaries passages on Test Day, you may see questions that ask about the hypotheses each experiment is based on – some will ask you to weaken and some will ask you to strengthen these hypotheses.
Passages on the ACT Reading section are often about concepts and subjects you are unfamiliar with. Since there will be a lot of terms you don't know, it's important to gain skills to learn the meaning of a word through context.
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