Which ACT Book?

<p>I know this is a common question, but I ran out of tests to take in The Real ACT.</p>

<p>I got the McGraw Hill ACT book with 8 tests today, but now I'm reading that everyone says there are a lot of issues with the book, so I think I may return it.</p>

<p>What book do you recommend?</p>

<p>I like the book from Princeton Review..</p>

<p>I bought the princeton review book, and I'm going to have to disagree with pretty much everyone on this forum...</p>

<p>The tests in this book are nothing like the tests out of The Real ACT. I personally feel like these tests are really, really bad.</p>

<p>quadomatic, you are correct in that belief. I think the main reason people recommend the Princeton Review book is because of its rundown of the info. you need (grammar rules, etc.) + some basic strategy.</p>

<p>What books do you reccomend Procrastination? Kaplan, ACT for Dummies.. ?</p>

<p>I think the best strategy for success is just taking a bunch of practice tests. Thats why I kind of like the McGraw Hill book. I think it is useful after you take all of the practice tests from the Real ACT and PR.</p>

<p>Real ACT + any other material you can get a hold of that is published by the ACT company (that free booklet you get when you sign up for the test, website test) will obviously offer you the most authentic practice. Princeton Review to study for the test... I've taken Kaplan tests before; they aren't bad. Not sure about ACT for Dummies... I'll go check that book out sometime.</p>

<p>Is it likely for someone's scores to go down if they take tests that are not the most accurate?</p>

<p>no, I think you would just have wasted your time.</p>