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Understanding Pre-ACT results

Hey guys, I just got my Pre-ACT results back, and I'm not quite sure how to interpret them. What do the scores mean and how can they help guide my preparation for the actual ACT? Does anybody have any advice or resources to share?

7 months ago

Hi there! Congrats on getting your Pre-ACT results. The Pre-ACT is a good way to see where you currently stand with the skills tested on the ACT and can help guide your preparation. Your Pre-ACT score will range from 1 to 36, just like the ACT, but keep in mind that the Pre-ACT is slightly easier, so it's not a direct comparison.

Use your Pre-ACT sub-scores (English, Math, Reading, and Science) to identify the areas where you might need extra practice. For example, if your Math score is lower than you'd like, you could focus on improving that area first.

As for resources, Khan Academy is a great place to start for free video tutorials and practice exercises. PrepFactory and ACT Academy also offer free resources. Additionally, CollegeVine has a wealth of tools and articles to help you navigate your college journey, including the college application process and test prep tips.

In summary, use your Pre-ACT scores to identify areas where you can improve and target those with the right resources. Best of luck with your ACT preparation!

7 months ago

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