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how to go from a 30 to 34
i took my first act on april and got a 30 lol. i did study for it, but i didn't get the result i wanted.
obviously my problem areas are reading and science, but they are soo hard to improve since they don't have any concrete rules! i'm taking the june act, but i don't expect a 34. hopefully a 32, but when i take the act again in sept/oct, i definitely would like a 34. any advice?? what are some good prep books for reading and science? thanks!!