what does getting a perfect PreACT score mean?
i took the PreACT in january/february ish (i think) 2017 & got a perfect score, which is a 35 (unlike the actual ACT which is a 36) even tho i got 4 questions wrong.
last week our school gave me a certificate as i was one of three sophs to get a perfect score. i didn't study for the PreACT b/c our school told us not to so we could set a baseline for ourselves.
1) do i have a good chance of getting a 36 on the actual ACT next year?
2) how many questions can you get wrong on the ACT & still get a perfect score?
3) how should i study? (i got 4 q's wrong on the PreACT & somehow ended up with a perfect score so i need to minimize my errors!!!)
4) is the writing/essay component of the ACT combined into your final score out of 36 or is it separate?