1 296 act practice questions

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1,296 ACT Practice Questions by The Princeton Review

The best way to prepare for standardized tests is to practice, and this resource offers you plenty of opportunities to do just that. This revised second edition of 1,296 ACT Practice Questions includes:

* 3 full-length practice ACT tests to help evaluate your progress after working through the drills
* Hundreds of additional practice questions (equivalent to 3 more ACTs!) broken down by subject for extensive extra practice
* Detailed, informative answer explanations for all practice questions
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Published 22.03.2019

ACT EXPLANATIONS SCIENCE: ACT Official 2016-2017 Practice Test / Preparing Packet

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ISBN 13: 9780375429026

We've updated the Topics page of our website to better organize and share our expert content. Read more about it here. Please be thoughtful in your posts and replies. Ch replies 61 threads Registered User Junior Member. People say that they use problems that are easier than the real ACT. I struggle the most with science, and was wondering whether you think it would be worth it to buy the Q's book for science when it comes out?

1,296 ACT Practice Questions, 3rd Edition (2013)

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