ACT Practice Tests Question


<p>I've taken the ACT a few times throughout the school year. The problem is, I tried to do practice tests here and there and get my hands on as many practice tests as possible. I took a lot of these tests not under timed conditions. Few of them, I've written all over already so I can't even retake.</p>

<p>But now I'm seriously studying for the ACT in September. My highest composite has been 30 but my sub score is almost a 34, (1 point away). I've just had really bad test days including being sleepy from a crazy junior year schedule and not having reviewed the material much. I know I can get a 34, I have no doubt but I just need to really spend a good few weeks studying and get a good restful sleep the night before. </p>

<p>I've pretty much gone through the ACT online, another PDF version I found online, the one in the booklet they give before the state testing, a version I ordered after taking it and and the 3 in the Real ACT Guidebook. </p>

<p>Again, I feel like I've misused these tests by taking them not so seriously and skimming them. Also, I haven't taken all sections in these tests so I don't even know what I have seen and haven't.</p>

<p>Should I just review all these tests and go over my mistakes? But I think it is very different when you take the tests under timed conditions too. Also, I think my main problem is that the math section, rushing to finish it, mentally exhausts me that I go slower and sometimes don't finish on reading/science. </p>

<p>I was thinking of going through all those actual ACT tests and then buying the best ACT practice test booklet I can (BARRON'S IS HORRIBLE) and doing those test under timed conditions.</p>

<p>I have 20 days basically. Any advice?</p>

<p>I'm taking the ACT in September as well and I'm only taking practice tests. The ACT is a collection of what you learned throughout high school so basically what you need to focus on is time management. It has less questions and more of a time constraint than the SAT. </p>

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