8 STEPS TO ACT SUCCESS! Stress-Free ACT is a simplified, user-friendly beginner's guide to this crucial college admission test. It walks readers painlessly through the major touchpoints of their ACT journey, from getting familiar with the test, to setting a target score and figuring out how to achieve it.
Worried about applying to college and have many questions about the ACT? The Princeton Review is here to help! Stress-Free ACT is your go-to orientation for everything you need to know about this test. With eight easy-to-manage steps, this book guides you through the early stages of ACT prep and your college admissions journey, anxiety-free. Inside, you'll:
· Learn strategies to ace all five sections of the test (English, Math, Reading, Science, and the optional Writing section) · Discover how to research schools and plan out your testing goals · Take a mini practice ACT in the book and access a full-length practice ACT online
The ACT can be intimidating, but don’t worry—this book will set you on the path to success. You might even wonder later what you were so anxious about!
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