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ACT Test Preparation -- How To Study Fast And Effectively


There are many different ways in which one can prepare to take the ACT test. ACT test prep books are available in bookstores while many communities offer free ACT test prep classes. Many local libraries have free ACT test prep resources, as do most state employment agencies.

Top Methods to Quickly Complete ACT Test Preparation

There are a number of effective techniques that you can use to fill your head with the information you need to breeze through your ACT exam.

 
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1. Preparation

As with any test, how well you do depends in large part upon how well you prepare. Here are some basic steps to take:
1) Purchase study guides (links)
2) Find a comfortable, quiet area to study
3) Gather paper, pens & pencils, a calculator, and other tools
4) Make a basic study schedule

2. Making a Schedule

Probably the most important thing is to make a schedule and STICK WITH IT. Some days you will be a little tired, other days you may not concentrate as hard as you should, but if you are consistent, you will reap great rewards. When you first begin studying, you should make a list of the areas you are good at and those which you could use improvement on. If you're not really sure, it would be a great idea to take a practice ACT Test (links). This will help you figure out what you're good and not-so-good at.

3. Get It Rammed Right In There!

Cramming only puts your ACT test information and skills you want in your head for a short time (using what you’ve memorized will keep it there for the long term). In order to keep what you’ve memorized from falling out before your exam, you’ll need to keep seeing it and going over it right up until you need it on ACT testing day.

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