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Below are a just a few of our favorite strategies, hints, and tricks to improve your ACT score. Our ACT SUCCESS program provides all of the strategies and remediation needed for all students to achieve their personal A+!!!

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The English Section

Read one full paragraph at a time and then answer the corresponding questions. This allows you to understand the flow of the passage and correctly answer the transition and modifier questions. <<CLICK HERE FOR 3 MORE ENGLISH TIPS>>

The Math Section

Pace yourself wisely. For most students, this means using about 25 minutes for the first thirty questions and the remaining 35 minutes for the last thirty questions.   Remember, this is the only section of the ACT where questions are mostly arranged in order of difficulty. <<CLICK HERE FOR 3 MORE MATH TIPS>>

The Reading Section

After reading the passage, attempt to answer the questions without looking back. In other words, read all four choices before looking back at the passage. Most likely, you will be able to eliminate a number of choices, saving you critical time!  <<CLICK HERE FOR 3 MORE READING TIPS>>

The Science Section

The ACT does not test your science knowledge per se. It tests your ability to read, interpret, and analyze graphs, charts, and tables – based on science. Again, practice if you want to do well! <<CLICK HERE FOR 3 MORE SCIENCE TIPS>>

The Essay Section

Be sure to address all three points of view that ACT provides as well as strongly stating your side of the argument. Use solid, concrete examples to prove your point. <<CLICK HERE FOR 3 MORE ESSAY TIPS>>