McGraw-Hill Education ACT 2017 edition by Steven W. Dulan

McGraw-Hill Education ACT 2017 edition

Book Title: McGraw-Hill Education ACT 2017 edition

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

ISBN: 1259642321

Author: Steven W. Dulan


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The essential go-to study guide from the most trusted name in education―now revised and updated with 6 full-length practice tests for 2017

 

If you’re planning to take the ACT’s four achievement tests―English, reading, math, and science―this comprehensive guide from the experts at McGraw-Hill Education provides a specific ACT-prep program for all four exams so you can be at your test-ready best. The simple, proven techniques and strategies in this book will help you study more efficiently, avoid common traps, and raise your scores across the board―even on the optional writing test.

 

The updated 2017 edition includes:

 

* 6 full-length practice tests that reflect the most recently-administered ACTs, including the new types of comparative          passages questions in the Writing section

* More practice in Statistics and Probability for the new Math section

* Information on recent scoring changes, including the new STEM score, which isolates Science and Math scores from        the rest

* 50 test-day strategies

* Both an 8-week training schedule and a last-minute emergency plan to help students on any study schedule

 

It’s like having your own private tutor for your future success!

 

 

Steven W. Dulan is the founder and president of Advantage Education, Inc., which offers live test-prep classes at high schools and colleges as well as distance-learning programs over the Internet. Dulan has personally prepared thousands of students for success on standardized exams.