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|Subject: ACT TEST TAKING TIPS Tue 18 Aug 2009, 7:43 pm|| |
ACT Test Taking Tips
The ACT is a widely used college admission standardized test. It has
four mandatory subject tests: English, Reading, Mathematics, and
Science. There is also an optional Writing test which some colleges
English Section Tips
- Answer the questions you find easiest first. Come back to the others later.
- Don't spend more than a minute or two on any question.
- As you work on a section, keep track of how much time remains. (It's a good idea to bring a reliable watch.)
- Answer every question. There is no penalty for guessing.
- Be careful to mark only one answer choice per question.
- Write in the test book in any way that will help you.
- Consider all answer choices before you choose one. Use the process of elimination to narrow your choices.
Reading Section Tips
- Consider the writing style used for each section. The
correct answer choice will be the one that works best with the writing
- When asked a question about something that is underlined, consider how the underlined portion fits with the rest of the section.
- Examine each answer choice to see how it differs from the others.
items that include "No Change" as an answer choice, choose this as your
answer only if you are sure none of the other answer choices are
- Reread the underlined portion with your answer choice to be sure it is correct.
Mathematics Section Tips
- Read the passage carefully before you read the questions.
- Focus on the main ideas in the passage. Underline these. Don't get lost in the details.
- Try to identify how ideas in the passage are connected.
- Refer back to the passage as you answer each question.
Science Section Tips
- Work out the problem before looking at the answer choices.
When done, choose the answer choice that matches your answer. If none
match, redo the problem.
- Don't overly rely on your calculator. Some problems are best worked out manually. Some don't even require calculation.
questions focus much more on reasoning than on calculation. If you find
yourself doing complicated calculations, you're probably on the wrong
- Make sure your answer choice makes sense. A calculation error can lead you to a wrong answer choice.
- Check your work.
Writing Section Tips
- Given the complexity of the passages, it may help to make some simple notes as you read them.
- Cross out irrelevant information.
be overly concerned with any technical terminology. Technical terms
usually have little to do with the correct answer choice.
- Be watchful for conflicting viewpoints in some of the passages.
These tips can help you get the most out your knowledge, skills, and abilities when you take the ACT.
- Organization of your response is very important. Use a
five-paragraph essay that includes an introduction, supporting
paragraphs, and a conclusion.
- Plan your response before you begin to write it.
- Stay with the topic throughout your response.
- Vary your sentence structure and word choices.
- Use specific examples wherever possible.
- Write legibly.
- If you have time, check your grammar, usage, punctuation, and spelling.
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