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Last Updated: 4/13/2020 4:38 PM

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Class of 2021: We will eventually have our boot camp. More than likely it will be before your fall test. We will let you know more as soon as we know more. Click here for ACT updates due to COVID.


General ACT Tips

 


This is the link for the for the ACT English Practice Questions for this week.  Remember to use the strategies that you have been working on in your ACT rotations: vertical scanning, paying attention to the tense of the passage, noting agreement, etc.  Questions will be updated each week. Click here. 
 

Adjective/Adverbs & Comparative/Superlatives

Word Choice

Commas, Colons, Dashes

Grammar Tips

Add/Delete Questions

Author's Main Goal

Wordiness & Redundancy

Semi-colons & Commas

Formality

Relevance

Transitions

General English Tips


Here is the link for the ACT Reading Practice Questions this week. Remember to use the strategies that you have been working on in your ACT Rotations: ordering questions from easiest to most difficult, briefly summarizing each paragraph in a #, underlining key components of questions, etc.  Questions will be updated each week.  Click here. 
 

5 Tips for Speed Reading

Reading Tips

 

 

Here is the link for the ACT Science Practice Questions this week. You should not take more than 6 minutes to answer all the questions in the passage. Remember to look at your answer choices vertically to help you reduce your possible choices. Take a look at the 'General Science Tips' below before starting the practice passage.

 

General Science Tips
 


Here is the link for the ACT Math Practice Questions this week. You will need a calculator. Remember, take multiple passes through the passage, answering the ones you know first and skip the ones you're unsure of to come back to. You may also want to try 'back-solving' (plug in answer choices) if you are unsure how to work a problem.

General Math Tips

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