Virtual Tours by Students
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So younger high school me junior becoming a senior, still trying to get the best score that I can. I would tell myself that it is just a four hour test That is just four hours, Frito. Work work world to show everything that you know in order to get a good score. Then right after it, you could just go ahead and take it Now, that's all. How would I prepare for this? Well, what, Before I like took the test, I had the privilege to take the test as many times as I could. She even signed me up for a CT boot camp to return it. I can get a good score on the A. C. T. And I remember that my high school had one free a CT exam in March to wear those who can't afford to take the A c t. That they do take the A C t. And to go to college. I mean, I took the PS 80 which qualifies for the National Merit Scholarship. Mostly they're gonna look into the A C. T s a t Usually if you're going out of state. So if you're going out of state, I recommend taking the S A T along with the A C t. But for someone like me, just from Kentucky, just take the A C t. That's all. What is the difference between a. C T and S A. T A. C T score ranges from 0 to 36. It has a written portion if you want to do that to get the 36. It's just out of 35 in the S A. T. That's the one where this highest score goes away to six Sting 100. The P S a t that one's for National mirror. S a T A. C T just consists of English math, reading and science in a written portion. If you choose to take that so you wake up early in the morning, show to the testing side of 8 a.m. and you leave at noon. What's the best way to prepare for the test? Take practice exams in the A C team book. Just set aside four hours of your day to just take the exam at home before you go on and spend some money on the exam. Perfect practice makes perfect sorry for being really corny, but you just need to practice in order for your score to improve. Or if you have the money and the privilege to get help in tutoring, go ahead and do that just whatever you can to improve your score and save money. Because when you invest in the a, c T. U. Save money in the future for college expenses, you'll be unless death. If you score higher, what resource is did you find useful that a C to prep book? Some of my older friends, my mom's friends, whose kids air a lot older than me and their experience of helping their kids try to get a better score in a C t. Also, my friends who scored high. I always ask them for a test prep held like, Hey, what are some of your secrets of scoring a 35 on the A C T. Just ask for help. Help to like this score determines if you can get into college in how much money you can save. Like this is the test that you just really, really have to try on. Just shoot along the high twenties and you'll just be good. I know a four hour test does not define you as a human. This has score is about how much money you'll save and determines if you get in. If you get a 29 you'll save a lot more money than a 25. Well, if you get like a 36 full ride, hopefully the reward you get will be quite high. That's saving money in a great experience in college, because that's one less thing to worry about money. I hope all this is helpful and not so harsh on the whole money talk just worked really hard on getting the score you want in order for your four years to be rewarding.