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Information on upcoming ACT test dates, an easy quiz to help you determine your best date, and an ultimate guide for when you should take the ACT!
Your ACT is in one week! Prepare using one of our One Week ACT Study Plans. We have one for ACT newbies who haven’t studied before, one for students looking for a quick score improvement, and one for those of you who just need a last-minute refresher course. Good luck!
Every official ACT test has its own chart that converts raw scores to scores on the 1 to 36 point scale, but if you find yourself in need of a rough estimate for a practice test, or if you simply want an estimate of many questions you need to get right to get a certain score, the following official ACT raw score conversion chart can help!
Here’s a sure-fire trick for answering those ACT English questions that ask whether or not a sentence or phrase should be added or deleted!
Similar triangles are a common geometry problem type on the ACT. Here’s how to solve them every time you encounter them on your ACT test.
This infographic explains the major similarities and differences between the ACT and the new SAT and how you can know which test is right for you!
Our infographic, cartoons, videos, and top tips from SAT and ACT experts will help you see the differences between the ACT and SAT and pick the right test for you!
Is Taking the ACT with Writing a Good Option for You? The answer is probably yes. The vast majority of colleges don’t require writing, but the majority of highly competitive colleges do, which means if you aren’t 100% sure where you want to apply yet (and most juniors taking the ACT are not), you might […]
What is the ACT Test Information Release Service? In select months, namely December, April, or June, you can order a copy of the ACT you took and a list of your answers and the answer key. If you took the ACT with the essay (the Writing test) you’ll also get the scoring rubric and the […]
Here are the 6 best snacks to help you maximize your performance on ACT test day….along with the worst snacks you could eat.