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How do you get a good Act score?

How should I study?

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Nicolas’s Answer

Hi Ema,

At a time when glances, skimming, and refreshing was popular I scored a 21 simply by showing up for class, listening, and turning in homework. With a 3.43 highschool GPA, I don't think it was a complete reflection of my studies although I did not study for it and was weak in science.

I suggest tutorials where you can master concepts and ideas and strategy and facts. You can simply get guidance for the test by searching online or if you can get a tutor that'd be great.

This is not the end of the world though if you don't score well as there are alternative routes to prove your academic rigor. One of these ways is to go to community college, which would save you a ton of money.

I get that you're ambitious so remember to take advantage of all the resources you can, and take it confidently.
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Kimberly’s Answer

Hello Ema, your learning strategy largely depends on your personal preferences. If you find that you're more focused when studying alone, seek out a location that triggers your "study mode". This should be a place with minimal distractions. On the other hand, if you thrive in a group setting, identify others who also need to study and arrange regular study sessions. If a member of the group is not serious or becomes a distraction, don't be afraid to voice your concerns.

Once you've established your preferred study setting, whether alone or in a group, kick-start your study sessions with a couple of practice tests. This will help you identify the areas that require more attention. Following that, get hold of relevant books from a bookstore or library and start reading while taking practice tests. If flash cards are more effective for you, give them a try. The key is to discover the method that suits you best. Best of luck!

Kimberly recommends the following next steps:

Take practice tests
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