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Why am I so bad at the ACT?

I don't understand it. I have received mostly 100's on all my Math tests since freshman year [a stupid mistake here and there], yet I can't get over a 30 on the Math section.

I have always been amazing at standardized tests. In elementary [I was lazy and did not care about school], they were what kept me from going to summer school.

The ACT seems like its not about logic, but how much how much you remember.

Any tips?
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