The ACT stands for American College Testing. It is a national college admissions examination that consists of subject area tests in English, Mathematics, Reading, Science and an optional Writing Test.
The ACT is a curriculum-based achievement test, measuring what a student has learned in school.
There are several strategies you can use to help you better prepare...
Quick reference on FOIL-ing and factoring.
Need to know for the SAT, ACT, GRE!
Okay, we have all made a math mistake, but for one reason or another we never took advantage of that opportunity to commit the correct step to memory. I have news for you. You can still remedy the situation. Here is how you achieve it. 1. For every time that you’ve made a wrong step in solving a problem, repeat the correct step three times. 2. If it is a multi-step problem, WRITE all the steps...
Almost every college or university requires students to submit an ACT or SAT score. This score affects not only your admission application but also scholarship opportunities and which classes you will be able to enroll in. The vast majority of students do little to no preparation work before taking these exams. They may feel that all their hard work in high school should have...
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Are you preparing for the PSAT, SAT, & ACT quantitative exams?
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My name is Paul J. and currently I have 3 students in Vero Beach, Florida who are preparing for these exams this summer. We are looking for motivated students to join us for private lessons. A limit of 5 students has been placed, so there are only 2 positions available...
The essentials of what students must know before taking the ACT exam for math.
Brandy has a collection of comic books. If she adds 15 to the number of comic books in her collection and multiplies the sum by 3, the result is 65 less than 4 times the number of comic books in her...
What is the fewest number of 1 foot square foot patio tiles that would cover a rectangular sidewalk 3 feet wide by 12 feet long
This is a collection of four problems that involve the 30-60-90 and 45-45-90 triangles. A student can simply find each side length, or (for...
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Test anxiety can impact everyone. However, with a few strategies, you can overcome these anxieties and excel on your next standardized assessment.
Should you guess?
This is a choice you will need to make based on the assessment you are taking. For certain tests, such as the Praxis, you are scored based only on your correct answers. However, keep the guessing...
The “silly mistake” is quite possibly the most mischievous and irksome of the math demons. It is a sly beast that lurks in the deepest recesses of your mind, emerging only periodically to sully your scores in a most disturbing way. Because of its crafty nature, it is able to lull you into the false belief that your thorough understanding of mathematic concepts will keep you safe from its clutches...
ACT Prep - The Friday Before Test Day
For those of you taking the ACT in the next couple days, your fastidious and dedicated preparation routine is coming to an end. Whether you studied five hours a day for three months, two hours a day for one month, or merely crammed the last week and a half, it doesn’t matter anymore. All of that is immaterial now. Close your eyes, take a deep breath,...
Hey folks, I am sure many of you have plans of going to college or finishing up that last hectic year of school. Well with these endeavors comes not only tests and quizzes created by books and your professors/teachers, but you also have to take nation and statewide test in order to pass and/or qualify for a position in a higher learning institute. Such tests include the SAT,...
The ACT Math Test
Written by tutor Nicole T.
Many of you have taken the ACT and possibly have taken it multiple times. For those of you who are preparing for the first time or who have taken it before and want to improve your score, we want to equip you to do your best.
The ACT math problems are very reflective of the classic high school math track of Prealgebra, Algebra I & II, Geometry,...
Aaah...the the most feared, loathed, avoided tests of the century: the PSAT, SAT, and ACT.
I am here to tell you that you should not let these tests overpower you. A bad first score is not enough to tell your potential. You are capable of improving leaps and bounds, perhaps hundreds of points.
Take my younger brother, for example. He took the PSAT his freshman year...