If you’re trying to boost your ACT score, the English section is the easiest to tackle. Here’s why: there is only a handful of technical grammar content covered and there are really only a handful of rhetorical skills covered.
The ACT Math test is a marathon: you will have 60 minutes to answer 60 multiple-choice questions. In order to prepare for the race, you’ll want a thorough knowledge of the content of the test and to train yourself in timing and problem-solving strategies.
After studying diligently for the ACT for months, it’s time to register for the ACT and decide how you want to send your ACT scores to colleges. Here’s the low-down on how and when to send your scores to colleges:
Is boosting your ACT score as easy as 1-2-3? We’ll confess: it’s not. Studying for the ACT is a constant cycle of learning, self-evaluating, and more learning. But there are about 3 steps to creating an effective study routine that will help you boost your ACT score:
Refer to the table below for upcoming ACT test dates. Be sure to note that the registration deadline is about a month in advance of the test date. According to the ACT website registration takes about 40 minutes to complete, so leave plenty of time to register.