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The ACT is a standardized test that assesses your university readiness and considers your grades during the admissions process. This is one aspect of measuring your eligibility for college or university admission. The test has five sections: English (45 minutes- 75 questions)Math (60 minutes- 60 questions)Reading (35 minutes- 40 questions)Science (35 minutes- 40 questions)Writing (40 minutes- Optional) How to prepare for ACT Math ACT Math Formulas The Ultimate ACT Math Course You have 2 hours and 55 minutes, plus an optional 40-minute Writing test to...

March 25, 2021

If you are just starting to study for the ACT, you are probably wondering how the ACT is scored. Understanding the ACT scoring system can make a big difference in setting goals and creating a study plan. So how does ACT score work? The ACT includes four sections, sometimes referred to as subjects: English, math, reading, and science. Each subject area is given a scaled score between 1 and 36. Then these area scores average your composite score, which is between 1 and 36. Where do these scaled scores come from? Scores from 1 to 36 are converted from your raw scores in each of the...

February 4, 2021

The ACT Mathematics Test is designed to measure your skills in reasoning mathematically, to comprehend basic mathematical concepts, as well as to learn fundamental mathematical principles and formulas. You’ll be given 60 minutes to finish the ACT Mathematics Test (containing 60 Math questions). You should be able to solve problems as well as employ appropriate mathematics concepts in the following fields: PrealgebraElementary AlgebraIntermediate AlgebraCoordinate GeometryPlane GeometryTrigonometry Preparing for the ACT Math test can be tricky. Whether you’ve been preparing for...

February 2, 2021