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weird graphs on ACT science

lulumobilelulumobile Posts: 408Registered User Member
edited March 2008 in ACT Preparation
are there any weird or hard-to-understand graphs that i should be familiar with. on the last ACT, i did not know how to read the chemistry one with potassium and water and stuff. suggestions?
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Replies to: weird graphs on ACT science

  • XiΞiXXiΞiX Posts: 644Registered User Member
    I second lulu's request.
  • outinspaceoutinspace Posts: 79Registered User Junior Member
    I know on my exam this past December there were graphs on magnetism, but if you're familiar with science at all they're not too hard to understand.
  • mflevitymflevity Posts: 1,201Registered User Senior Member
    The graphs are different from test to test, but for me, it's really a matter of reading the question, noting which graph it tells you to use and the information it tells you to find, and then ignoring everything but that graph and that specific information. I'm definitely no scientist, but I can usually figure it out from there.
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