The ACT is the chief competitor of the SAT which is falling out of favor with american universities mainly because it does not do what it claims to do: predict future success in university education. To best preparation for the ACT is not to study study study but to study intelligently and that means developing a test strategy. Kelly Roell is the nation's foremost authority on the test. She can be found via "act kelly roell" or by getting one of her publications on the ACT. You just can't do any better than getting her approach to the test.
If you've been listening in class and pulling at least a B, you should be relatively okay. Look over the chapters of each subject, like different concepts and stuff. Look over vocabulary, and take practice quizzes online. If you've been spacing off and pulling a C or lower, you're kinda screwed... :P Good luck! I took the SAT in 7th grade, and there are more English questions and advanced math questions than anything else. Science is basically math with graphs.
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Last edited at 7:14PM on 2/22/2013
ok am still by the fact but am very smart so here you go:get off this missed up website.then review each day a little of what you think is going to be in that test.and best tip be confidence about your self! GOOD LUCK p.s your cute