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Traps to Avoid on the ACT Reading Test

Traps to Avoid on the ACT Reading Test  Stefan MelnynkAvoiding traps on the ACT Reading Test is essential to raising your score. You are given so little time to complete the test (35 minutes to answer 40 questions!) that it’s easy to fly past questions without reading...

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Effects of ACT Coaching

Effects of ACT CoachingBy Ene-Kaja ChippendaleAround a million and a half students take the ACT test annually. However, despite the large amount of money spent on ACT prep, there is virtually no research supporting the effects of ACT prep on score improvement. To...

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The Right ACT Prep Makes a Difference

The Right ACT Prep Makes a DifferenceBy Ene-Kaja ChippendaleDespite the hope of many students that colleges will abandon standardized testing scores from the ACT or SAT, their place in the college admissions process remains secure for the time being. In Missouri,...

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Why Do ACT and SAT Scores Sometimes Go Down?

Why Do ACT and SAT Scores Sometimes Go Down?  Written by Dr. Gary Moss  This is a question I hear on occasion from students and their parents.  I hear comments such as “I worked hard to prepare for that SAT, why did my verbal score go down 30 points”.  “Or,...

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