How to study for the act?
Buy at least 2 reputable study books
The ACT Official Guide and the material on actstudent.org and look at ACT
book reviews for our honest opinions on the top contenders.
Learn the most frequently tested concepts
There is only so much that they can ask you so in grammar, algebra,
geometry, trig, etc., so the questions are predictable as they pop up over
and over again.
Plan out a reasonable or study schedule
Register at least 3 months before the exam and commit each week to ACT
practice questions. It’s better to study 45 minutes to an hour a day than 4
hours all in one go. We suggest you study the ACT resources at least four
days in a week.
Identify your weaknesses and attack them
Identify your weak topics and plan to address them first rather than avoiding
learn the test taking skills
You can learn how to score highly! And understanding that making mistakes
is necessary for improvement because they help you recognize those areas
that need more work, work on them so that they are not repeated.
Use free resources at actstudent.org
There have been many students who have taken the act test without visiting
the official website, This should be your first stop in your ACT test prep