Act decides your college entry and high level decisions about your college studies. Have a strong foothold with good prep strategies to improve your act math scores.
Review Your Math Skills:
Spend a good deal of time for your ACT Mathematics review in the start of your prep, not to overlook your weak spots in the learning aspects of math. Don’t forget the basics of math; act question Answer setters are interested in trapping you that way. Prepare with free online study guides to know ways to boost your score
Analyze the question pattern of act math:
Not all the questions are done equally. You come across easy, medium and difficult in the ascending order. So, practice to do easy ones within one minute and go on with the medium ones in a minute and skip the difficult ones
Math act problems contain advanced math concepts with straightforward questions. Tackle them in a matter of fact manner with following tips. Your scores will increase.
Word problems may cause trouble in understanding. Convert the English words into mathematical expressions. You find a way out to solve the problem in Act Mathematics.
Suppose you come across wrong answer choices in the multiple choice questions and you get confused to choose the right one- pick out one by one and eliminate. You could eliminate 3 and find a tug of war between the remaining two, don’t bother. Eliminate the one you feel wrong at once. After all, there is no negative marking. It is only a blank answer that will not carry points for you
A challenging question with a lot of words, lengthy calculations- you feel
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