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Help my ACT score! URGENT

EllyPriceEllyPrice Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
Hi! I took the ACT last December and got a 24 C w/ E-28 M-17 R-28 S-21.... Since then I worked to improve my scores and increased to a 28 C w/ E-33 M-24 R-29 S-25.

But here's my dilemma: I really want to get a +30 the next time I take it (June 10th) but I'm not sure how to improve my scores higher. I would like to know how to make my Math and Science significantly higher. But, here are my goals below:

Composite-30
English-33
Math-26
Reading-31
Science-29

That being said, I would seriously appreciate any and all help in the immediate future!

Replies to: Help my ACT score! URGENT

  • billcshobillcsho Registered User Posts: 15,280 Senior Member
    Do a full timed practice test every weekend. Go through the answers for those you have missed.
  • cubelogiccubelogic Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
    Science - Practice, Practice, Practice. You just have to see a lot of questions.
    Math - Review old concepts that you learned in school. Do a lot of practices as well.
    Reading - Do a timed test.

    Really, it's about taking tests over and over again. You need to also take time to go over the answer, like billcsho said.
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