ACT Test Prep For Dummies gets you ready for one of the biggest tests of your high school years. And, the more practice you have, the better you’ll score. Featuring more than 950 practice questions covering critical English, Reading, Science, and Math skills. The full version includes: • 950+ practice questions from each category you’ll see on test day • Full-length, practice tests give you a feel for what to expect on the test • An extensive list of tips designed to make your test day as successful as possible: · Advice on managing your time wisely · Tips to make smart guesses · Spotting test traps · An overview of ACT Scoring · A preview of the ACT and What to Expect on Test Day · How to Write a High-Scoring Essay · Deciding Whether to Repeat the ACT Our proven tips are designed to make test preparation and test day just a bit easier. Regardless of your academic strengths or weaknesses, the ACT Test Prep For Dummies App gets you test-ready.
The science questions reference texts and illustrations that don’t match the questions. Maybe you can double check that?
This app is a great studying tool and isn’t boring or tiring. It’s apparent that the app is designed to be interesting and engaging. It thoroughly describes your correct and/or incorrect answers with an easy to comprehend insightful description. The questions are challenging and tricky but, if you get it wrong it tells you exactly the things to watch out for on the test!
I didn’t get a great score the first time I took my ACT, but I’m retaking it next month and this app has helped me a lot.
I’m working through the math portion, alright, and I come across this question that says something like m = the number of pencils, n = the cost of those pencils, and p = also equals pencils (for some weird reason), and of course I get it wrong and the explanation made no sense. It goes on to explain that m is the denominator and that because we know that, everything but C and E are canceled even though C didn’t have a denominator of m. Not only that, but how did you even realize that m was the denominator? This question and many others were what confused the heck out of my brain, while studying for the ACT this weekend. Another question said something like (5x^2y^4(3x^3y^5 = ? When I went to answer this one, the actual correct answer was way off of what I expected. Apparently it had something to do with square rooting both parts of the problem, even though it didn’t even complete that part of the equation. I thought I just had to multiply them together, but no. This is literally one of the most confusing apps I have ever tried to use. The problems are incomplete and the explanations of the questions are horrendous. 10/10 would not recommend.
I started using this app, works pretty good and gives nice explanations so far
Definetly would recommend this app. It include awesome tips. Worth every penny!
This app tests your skills, and helps you improve in many aspects I've personally seen on the ACT/SAT. I love how it gives you a very detailed explanation to the problems at hand. Overall pretty good purchase
This app is great for helping prepare for the ACT! Lots of tips for every type of problem & scenario. Highly recommend!!!
The app includes everything it shows for the app and is an excellent tool for act prep.