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What ACT Prep book should I get?

Steven6191Steven6191 Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
I currently have a 30 composite on the ACT (35 english, 29 math, 30 reading, and 25 science) and I am aiming for a 32. My main choices right now are Barron's ACT, 2nd Edition or or Cracking the ACT 2016 edition by Princeton Review. Can anyone tell me which would be the most beneficial for my score? I am open to buying books other than the ones I mentioned.

Replies to: What ACT Prep book should I get?

  • swagmoney00swagmoney00 Registered User Posts: 24 New Member
    You should use the book the ACT publishes, as well as the practice tests they publish. Nothing can prepare you for the test as well as the people who made it.
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