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I've taken the ACT four times now. The first time, I made a 25, the second, a 27, and the third, a 29. The fourth time i made a 29 again, improving on every subject except one (which is, ironically, usually my best subject). I've heard a lot about how after three tests the chances of improving your score is slim. However, this is the first time I will actually devote my time to studying considering all the previous rises in my score were just from experience. Not getting a better score isn't really an option. Any types on how to get past this plateau? I really need to improve my score by quite a bit. Thanks.