Why dont they make 10 real ACT's.

<p>The most practice test I've seen in a book is Getting into the ACT, which has only 2. Why doesn't the ACT do what the SAT does and make a book with 10 Real ACTs?</p>

<p>Not sure O_O </p>

<p>But as far as I know, the ACT test isn't administered by the CollegeBoard. Maybe that's why.</p>

<p>But you would think that the ACT people would have enough common sense to make a book similar. Maybe that's why more people take the SAT, and why it's accecpted at more colleges. Perhaps the ACT makers could learn from College Board.</p>

<p>ahh but i hate collegeboard so much. ACT seems untainted by all that evil</p>

<p>Don't worry about it. Two genuine tests can be enough to get the feel of a test. Work on your ECs with the time you spare from test prep.</p>

<p>the 10 real SAT's is one of the few things the college board sells that I think is actualyl fair. wait....the only thing.</p>

<p>yea but i hate giving them money.</p>