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ACT Math For Dummies

Author:
Mark Zegarelli
Published: June 28, 2011

Overview

Multiply your chances of success on the ACT Math Test

The ACT Mathematics Test is a 60-question, 60-minute subtest designed to measure the mathematical skills students have typically acquired in courses taken by the end of 11th grade, and is generally considered to be the most challenging section of the ACT.

ACT Math For Dummies is an approachable, easy-to-follow study guide specific to the Math section, complete with practice problems and strategies to help you prepare for exam day.

  • Review chapters for algebra, geometry, and trigonometry
  • Three practice tests modeled from questions off the most recent ACT tests
  • Packed with tips, useful information, and strategies

ACT Math For Dummies is your one-stop guide to learn, review, and practice for the test!

Multiply your chances of success on the ACT Math Test

The ACT Mathematics Test is a 60-question, 60-minute subtest designed to measure the mathematical skills students have typically acquired in courses taken by the end of 11th grade, and is generally considered to be the most challenging section of the ACT.

ACT Math For Dummies is an approachable, easy-to-follow study guide specific to the Math

section, complete with practice problems and strategies to help you prepare for exam day.

  • Review chapters for algebra, geometry, and trigonometry
  • Three practice tests modeled from questions off the most recent ACT tests
  • Packed with tips, useful information, and strategies

ACT Math For Dummies is your one-stop guide to learn, review, and practice for the test!

ACT Math For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Making sure you have a handle on algebra, geometry, and trigonometry is a solid start for success on the math section of the ACT. However, to boost your confidence — and your score — even higher, you should master some helpful test-taking strategies, as well as make sure you know how to translate word problems into equations and use sketches to figure out what a tricky-sounding question is really asking.