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ACT Websites

While you should definitely study with the ACT Official Guide, there are some great free ACT practice tests, test taking tips, and practice questions on the Internet. Here are ten websites to explore in the weeks before your exam!   Start with the Official ACT Website This should be your first stop for information on […]

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Rita Neumann

[Announcement] New Clemmonsdogpark ACT Blog!

Exciting news: Clemmonsdogpark now has an ACT blog! For all you future college students who are considering the ACT as well as the SAT, look no further for all your ACT info and study help! If you’re currently deciding whether to take the SAT or the ACT (or whether you should just take both), you […]

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Don’t Let ACT Anxiety Get You Down

Because you’re not alone! Most juniors and seniors these days are juggling the ACT Test, college admissions essays and applications, numerous AP and Honors classes. So how can you get it all done without falling apart?   How to Deal With ACT Anxiety Make a study schedule. Start by setting an effective routine schedule, […]

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Rita Neumann

ACT Geometry

Even if you had a terrible Geometry teacher in 9th or 10th grade, you can still get most of the ACT Math Test Geometry questions correct with the basic information in this blog! Here are all the need-to-know definitions!   Common ACT Geometry Terms Describing Angles: Angle, Vertex An angle is formed by two lines […]

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ACT Grammar

On the ACT English Test as long as you know what underlined portion is incorrect, you won’t have to necessarily know how to fix it. Three choices will contain a grammar error, and one will be correct. Make sure to look out for these commonly-tested ACT grammar errors so you can ace the ACT English […]

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ACT Vocabulary

Even if you don’t have an impressive vocabulary, you can still get great scores on the ACT English, ACT Reading, and ACT Writing tests by keeping your focus on strategy. Here are ten tips to boost your scores on this English-language heavy sections of the ACT!   ACT Vocabulary Strategies Memorize transition words and phrases. […]

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ACT Math

How the ACT Math Section Works The ACT Test is actually made up of 5 mini-tests: English, Math, Reading, Science, and Writing. The ACT Math Test is always the second test and is always 60 minutes long with 60 questions. Concepts tested include arithmetic, algebra, coordinate geometry, plane geometry, and (unfortunately) trigonometry. The math concepts […]

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Chris Swimmer

Introducing the Clemmonsdogpark ACT Blog

Hello future college students! Our SAT blog has been gaining lots of fans over the last year, and we decided that it was time its sister test, the ACT, got some love as well. So we’re happy to announce that ACT Blog is joining our esteemed family of blogs. We’ll begin contributing regularly to this, […]

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Ronke Aderonmu

Win a Free Clemmonsdogpark SAT Account!

It might be hard for you to believe, but all of us at Clemmonsdogpark were high school students once 🙂 So we all know that finding high quality SAT prep can be expensive or just plain boring, so we wanted to help! That’s why this week, we’re starting an SAT account giveaway on our Facebook […]

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Lucas Fink

SAT Math Vocabulary: Integers, Odds, Evens, Prime, Factors, and Multiples

Many times on the SAT, you’ll have the option of putting some concrete numbers into an expression or equation to check what its results look like. When you’re faced with an algebra problem that you’re not totally sure how to tackle, that can be a great strategy. Even if the SAT makers are trying to […]

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