Your ACT score (along with your GPA and the rigor of your high school curriculum) is a very important factor in determining whether you get into college and receive money to pay for your education. Improving your score but just a couple of points can mean getting accepted into the school of your choice and gaining thousands of dollars in scholarships and financial aid. With that in mind, get practicing already!

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Lisa Zimmer Hatch, MA, and Scott A. Hatch, JD, have been helping students excel on standardized tests and navigate the college admissions process since 1987. They have written curricula and taught students internationally through live lectures, online forums, DVDs, and independent study.

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