best way to prep for ACT? (first timer)

<p>I'm going to be taking the ACTs for the first time on Sept. 10th. I will also be doing SAT prep during the summer for Oct 10th. </p>

<p>I was wondering what the best way to prep for ACT/SAT at the same time is, for my SAT i have Barron's 2400 + BB + Grubers Math. CR + W would be the same as the reading/writing on the ACT, the math is a bit tougher since it has some trig i hear, and there is a science section.</p>

<p>Anyone know the best way to prep for ACT? Aiming for 28 and higher.</p>

<p>bump^ </p>


<p>Have you learnt everything on the math portion? If not, get an ACT prep book to cover the content. Yes, there is trig. </p>

<p>Are you a fast reader? </p>

<p>For science, you need to be able to read from graphs and tables correctly and quickly. </p>

<p>There are several free preparing for the ACT booklets on the Internet that I think you should download and use to prep.</p>

<p>I"ve taken it before (Well 7th grade, unprepared, didn’t even know what was going to be on it, now a rising sophomore), but i’m using the Princeton Review 2011 book and it is great. It really breaks it down for you, especially in math.</p>



<p>Princeton Review eh?
(i’ll check it out!)
I used it for SATs…sucked lol…</p>

<p>As for the online sources, can any of you link me to the good ones you’ve used or heard about?</p>