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Princeton Review Stinks At ACT Math-Panicking, How Should I Prepare?

MiselisMMiselisM Registered User Posts: 359 Member
Hey All,

So I've never been the greatest Math student in the world ( specifically Geometry). My scores on the SAT were kind of low, and I've been preparing for the ACT during the summer.. Though Princeton Review is a good review book, the Math section isn't its specialty.. I'm continuing to find the similar patterns of my struggles, especially in Geometry.


I need some advice on how to improve on these scores! I am a journalism major so my focus is on English/Writing, but I don't want one score to be much lower than the rest.


Thanks for help in advance!
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