Other ACT practice tests...

<p>Since the Official Red Book only has 3 tests, ACT online has one for free that I have already, where is a good place to get ACT practice tests?</p>

<p>Internet</a> Archive Wayback Machine</p>

<p>I got the 2007 test from this website...would the 2004 version and 2005 versions be worth getting? </p>

<p>I have 1296(that's the #, right? lol) ACT questions by PR on hold at the library and I'm trying to get 36 ACT by Barrons. I picked up PR's Cracking the ACT from a book sale too; I've heard that is a pretty decent book. </p>

<p>Any other books I should try to get?</p>

<p>But I'm looking more for practice tests, because most of my SAT studying should overlap (Math should be about the same, just bigger time crunch, everyone says ACT Reading is a lot better/easier than SAT CR and I did a lot better on ACT English last time than I did comparatively on the SAT Writing). </p>

<p>Science is the curve ball and last time I did horrible, so I need to prep extensively/get strategies for that, but for the others, I just need to get a feel for the test.</p>

<p>The December ACT was my real first standardized test (beside PSAT) and I got a 29, which I was cool with since it was my first time. I'm optimistic that I can get a pretty good score on the June 12 test because last time two scores really dragged me down. Last time I made the mistake of getting stuck on one math problem 3/4 through and I did not finish the math section. I randomly bubbled the last questions in and I ended up getting a 27. So if I practice pacing and speed, I know I can get a 30+ and hopefully a 32+.</p>

<p>Science section blows, I got a 25 last time. I'm just going to practice, practice, practice for this section. Would be happy with a 30+ on this section.</p>

<p>Do you think I can go from a 29 to a 32+? I'm not doing much ACT studying now, but I am studying extensively for the SAT, so that will help and the additional six months of school will help. </p>

<p>Thanks</p>

<p>I'm not sure if you're asking about where to find more ACTs or asking if you can improve your score... so I will just answer your first question. You can get more official ACTs in a number of different places. ACT has 2 online (1 as a pdf file you can download and 1 solely online). Also the old ACT practice booklets have 3 different tests in total if you can find them on the Internet. The Red Book also has 3 different official tests. Lastly, if you're okay with devoting time to it, you can find previously administered ACTs (from April, June and December) by either getting them from people you know who bought them, or by "trading" with people all over the Internet. By following the strategies above, I've been able to garner 21 ACTs (all official) in total over the past 6 months.</p>

<p>The Princeton Review: Cracking the ACT is the book I used and it gave me excellent results. I read through it and took the practice tests and was able to score higher on the real test because of it.</p>