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Begin your preparation by taking an official full-length ACT at home. You can pick up an official practice test from the guidance counseling office at your high school. Follow the instructions, time yourself, and grade your results once you are finished. Taking a practice test will help you become more familiar with the material tested as well as let you know which areas you need to improve.

Review Grammar and Usage for English
The English portion of the ACT is made up of 75 questions testing a student's skills with grammar, usage, and rhetorical skills. Students are given five passages and are asked multiple choice questions designed to test a student's ability to correct errors and improve the organization and style of the given passages. In order to prepare students should review common errors of punctuation, grammar, sentence structure, and style.

Brush Up on Math (Basic Through Trigonometry)
The second section of the ACT is math, which consists of 60 multiple-choice questions covering concepts typically covered in courses students will complete by the end of junior year. Students should expect to see problems dealing with numbers and operations, algebra, geometry, and basic trigonometry. Some students may need to review and relearn concepts taught in previous years. Use your practice test results to determine what you need to learn. Students are allowed to use a scientific calculator and may want to study with one from the ACT's list of approved devices.

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