ACT preparation in hurry

ACT preparation in hurry

ITT – If you are considering admission for US universities and college, but preparation time is too close, the best solution is to choose ACT preparation in hurry.

Both SAT and ACT are two international standardized exams for students who want to study abroad from universities, especially US. Most US universities accept SAT or ACT. SAT and ACT tests have Math, English and Essay. However, SAT and ACT differ in that ACT has Science test.

Structure of an ACT exam consist of:

  • English: 75 questions – 45 minutes
  • Math: 60 questions – 60 minutes
  • Reading: 45 questions – 35 minutes
  • Science: 40 questions – 35 minutes
  • Writing: 1 essay – 40 minutes

Students usually waste about 2 to 3 years to review ACT, but there are many cases choosing review exam in rush time about 6 months to a year. However, this depends on the student’s ability to take requirement the exam.

If you want to take ACT preparation in hurry, firstly you should focus on the part of you are weak by have a practice test to know current level before you enter the practice process. Thereby, you need to divide time appropriately to review each part, especially you should attention to weak parts.

In the next step, you concentrate on each part. After that, you do a series of test at slow pace, and then you do it again at faster pace, recognizing your mistake and repair this mistake in many ways. Reviewing your parts carefully, it helps you know the structure or the types of lessons you are often wrong.

During the time ACT preparation in hurry, you need to practice exams with prescribe time for each section, assess the time you need to spend on each question because this helps you control your time. A little extra note is that you should compare score to manage each level you achieve during the review period.

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