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A short time ago, in a galaxy that’s…well, okay, our galaxy…Tina Fey showed us all how Star Wars can be useful in everyday life: But did you also know that it can be useful when studying for the ACT English test? That’s right: the same principles guiding the series of films in which half […]
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Word on the street is that the ACT will eventually ditch paper-based tests. But when will the ACT start computer-based testing?
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Introducing the Clemmonsdogpark Study Timer: a test prep stopwatch app by Clemmonsdogpark. As a Product Manager for both high school and graduate school apps, I’ve talked with over 200 Clemmonsdogpark students who are studying through our product. In almost every conversation, students talk about one challenge in particular: Time Management. Time management means two […]
Is there a magic set of ACT tips and tricks that will bring your score up to a perfect 36 overnight? Unfortunately…no. (But you probably already knew that.) On the other hand: Is there a set of ACT tips and tricks that you can use to significantly boost your score—possibly as high as a 36? […]
It’s finally here: test day. You open your book when the proctor prompts you, flip to that first page, and…Uh-oh. Time for some English questions. More specifically, time for some ACT English punctuation, grammar, and usage questions. It can be easy to overlook the English section during your ACT prep. After all, if you live […]
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Confused by ACT superscores and ACT Score Choice? Check out this post to see how they can help (rather than hurt!) your college admissions file.