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June ACT testing - Suggested Preparation

mentor2017mentor2017 Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
My son's preparation for the Feb ACT test (at School) included, completing 3 ACT (past tests) where he consistently scored 31-32. His ACT composite was 27 from his test taken at end of Feb (at school).

Here is the listing of sub scores:
Math - 28
English -24
Science - 25
Reading -29
Writing - 9

He is planning to take the ACT again in June. Any suggestions on how best to focus his preparation for the June test to bump his composite up to a range of 32-34.

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