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How to ACE the ENGLISH portion of the ACT



ACT English tests two broad content areas.
The first is Usage and Mechanics (including punctuation, grammar, usage, and sentence structure). The second is Rhetorical Skills (including strategy, organization, and style). ACT ENGLISH PREP QUESTIONS: click HERE 
How to ACE the READING portion of the ACT


Content Covered by
the ACT Reading Test Key Ideas and Details (55–60%)Read texts closely to determine central ideas and themes. Summarize information and ideas accurately. Read closely to understand relationships and draw logical inferences and conclusions including understanding sequential, comparative, and causeeffect relationships. Craft and Structure (25–30%)Determine word and phrase meanings, analyze an author’s word choice rhetorically, analyze text structure, understand authorial purpose and perspective, and analyze characters’ points of view. Students will interpret authorial decisions rhetorically and differentiate between various perspectives and sources of information. Integration of Knowledge and Ideas (13–18%)Understand authors’ claims, differentiate between facts and opinions, and use evidence to make connections between different texts that are related by topic. Some questions will require students to analyze how authors construct arguments, evaluating reasoning and evidence from various sources. ACT READING PREP QUESTIONS: click HERE 
How to ACE the MATH portion of the ACT



Preparing for Higher Math (57–60%)This category captures the more recent mathematics that students are learning, starting when students begin using algebra as a general way of expressing and solving equations. This category is divided into the following five subcategories.
Integrating Essential Skills (40–43%)These questions address concepts typically learned before 8th grade, such as rates and percentages; proportional relationships; area, surface area, and volume; average and median; and expressing numbers in different ways. Students will solve problems of increasing complexity, combine skills in longer chains of steps, apply skills in more varied contexts, understand more connections, and become more fluent.
Modeling (>25%)This category represents all questions that involve producing, interpreting, understanding, evaluating, and improving models. Each question is also counted in other appropriate reporting categories above. This category is an overall measure of how well students use modeling skills across mathematical topics.
 Number & Quantity (7–10%)
 Algebra (12–15%)
 Functions (12–15%)
 Geometry (12–15%)
 Statistics & Probability (8–12%)
Integrating Essential Skills (40–43%)These questions address concepts typically learned before 8th grade, such as rates and percentages; proportional relationships; area, surface area, and volume; average and median; and expressing numbers in different ways. Students will solve problems of increasing complexity, combine skills in longer chains of steps, apply skills in more varied contexts, understand more connections, and become more fluent.
Modeling (>25%)This category represents all questions that involve producing, interpreting, understanding, evaluating, and improving models. Each question is also counted in other appropriate reporting categories above. This category is an overall measure of how well students use modeling skills across mathematical topics.
ACT MATH PREP QUESTIONS: click HERE
How to ACE the SCIENCE portion of the ACT

ACT SCIENCE PREP QUESTIONS: click HERE 
Content Covered by the ACT Science
Interpretation of Data (45–55%)Manipulate and analyze scientific data presented in tables, graphs, and diagrams (e.g., recognize trends in data, translate tabular data into graphs, interpolate and extrapolate, and reason mathematically). Scientific Investigation (20–30%)Understand experimental tools, procedures, and design (e.g., identify variables and controls) and compare, extend, and modify experiments (e.g., predict the results of additional trials). Evaluation of Models, Inferences, and Experimental Results (25–35%)Judge the validity of scientific information and formulate conclusions and predictions based on that information (e.g., determine which explanation for a scientific phenomenon is supported by new findings). Passage Formats on the Science TestThe scientific information is conveyed in one of three different formats.
