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Cracking ACT 2011

JeffMahelJeffMahel Registered User Posts: 38 Junior Member
edited August 2011 in ACT Preparation
I am finding the Princeton Review's Cracking the ACT EXTREMELY difficult. Is anyone else having the same problem? Are there other books you suggest? Aside from Red Book.
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Replies to: Cracking ACT 2011

  • x.sunnyx.sunny Registered User Posts: 386 Member
    I thought the English and Reading sections were about right but the Math and Science sections were definitely more difficult. However, the curves are A LOT more generous in the book (for Math and Science) so it balances out... but I did score a a point or two lower for Math and Science.
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