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5 ACT Prep Tips to Help Students Ace the Math Section December 22, 2016

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5 ACT Prep Tips to Help Students Ace the Math Section, Alpharetta, Georgia

The ACT, which is a nationally administered college entrance exam, challenges high school students’ skills in a variety of subjects, including English, writing, science, and reading. Additionally, the ACT exam includes a mathematics section, which is known to be one of the most trying aspects of the test. Peach State Tutoring & Test Prep, which offers first-rate ACT prep to students throughout the Alpharetta, GA, area, says mastering the math section of this college entrance exam takes more than just having an in-depth understanding of math concepts.

To score well on the exam’s math section, here are five ACT prep tips you need to know:

  • ACT-prep-Alpharetta-GAKeep Track Of Time: Students are given 60 minutes to complete the math portion of the ACT. It’s important to know how to balance your time so you can complete as many questions as possible, so wear a watch while taking the test. Additionally, if you’re hung up on a particular question, don’t spend a long time trying to answer it. Keep moving and do your best to provide answers efficiently.
  • Study The Right Material: The ACT math section includes questions that focus on algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. To achieve a high score, brush up on all these areas. Focusing on only a few math concepts will not do you any favors. 
  • Take An ACT Practice Exam: The best way to prepare for the ACT is by taking a practice test. This will introduce you to the type of math questions you’ll be answering on test day. An ACT prep tutor can evaluate your practice exam to determine which concepts you lack knowledge in, and will provide guidance as to what material you need to study most.
  • Analyze Your Mistakes: When studying for the ACT math section, determine your strengths and weaknesses. If you’re having difficulty grasping a particular math concept, ask a tutor for assistance. They may be able to provide an alternative approach to learning the subject material.
  • Study The Basics: The ACT exam’s mathematics section contains several elementary algebra questions. These pre-algebra concepts are typically taught in middle school or early high school, so students tend to forget this fundamental knowledge. To prepare for the test, study concepts you haven’t been exposed to recently.  

Peach State Tutoring & Test Prep provides free diagnostic testing that lets students know which test they'll likely score higher on—and the tutoring services they need to ace both exams. Call them at (678) 824-6890 or visit their website to learn more about the academic tutoring programs they offer to students in Alpharetta, Roswell, Johns Creek, Milton, Cumming, Duluth, Norcross, and Suwanee.

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