You've heard that performing well on your ACT can make up for mediocre performance in high school. But how can you ace it? Suzee Vlk, author of The SAT I for Dummies
, can help. The ACT for Dummies
is packed with useful information and strategies to help you prepare for the test. The book includes advice on how to use the book efficiently (Vlk estimates you'll need 19 hours to work through it), review chapters for all four sections of the exam, and two complete practice exams. In familiar Dummies style, Vlk includes a handy tear-out "Cheat Sheet" with a summary of the most important information and a "Part of Tens" section with 10 things colleges are looking for in their applicants and "Ten Dumb Things You Can Do to Mess Up Your ACT." With its witty writing, clear layout, and helpful icons in the margins to point out tips, tricks, and traps in the exam, and sample questions, The ACT for Dummies
makes test preparation easy and relatively painless. --C.B. Delaney
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From the Back Cover
Boost your test-taking skills and beat the clock
Prepare for the ACT® quickly and painlessly and maximize your score!
Are you one of the millions of students taking the ACT? Have no fear! This friendly guide gives you the competitive edge by fully preparing you for every section of the ACT, including the optional writing test. You get two complete practice tests plus sample questions all updated along with proven test-taking strategies to improve your score.
Discover how to
- Study for each section
- Stay focused during the test
- Manage your time wisely
- Make smart guesses
- Spot test traps and tricks