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With fewer than three weeks left until my ACT, here's my plan

Action52Action52 Registered User Posts: 242 Junior Member
edited March 2010 in ACT Preparation
Since early March, I rigorously studied for the ACT at the pace of one practice test out of the Red Book or from Princeton Review's ACT book per week. I progressed from a 30 composite score to a 33. I carefully look at the answer and explanations to make sure I know why I missed questions. I also pinpoint trouble spots and focus on them. Do you think this is a good plan by doing one test a week or should I slow down knowing I improved?
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