Feel Pressed On the ACT Math and Science? No more!

Feel Pressed On the ACT Math and Science? No more!

When it comes to preparation for the SAT Math and the ACT Math and  Science, timed practice is crucial.  Unfortunately, most students  don't get nearly enough pacing practice before test day!  When getting  ready for the these tests, consider the following tips so that you don't fall behind the clock! 1. On section 3 of the SAT Math (the Non-Calculator section), students  have an average of a minute and fifteen seconds per question.  On  section 4 (the Calculator section), students will have a minute and a half per question. That isn't a lot of time! Remember:  TWO minutes is TOO much!  A student who has spent two minutes on a question is a student that needs to move ahead.  Ideally,  on the first pass of a section, students shouldn't spend more than one  minute per question. Also, they should decide within the first 15-20  seconds of reading a problem whether or not they want to commit to  that question. If they don't like it, move ahead! Exercise:  If you don't...
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