The ACT for Bad Test Takers

Do you believe yourself a bad test taker? If that is so, then this book is for you! The ACT for Bad Test Takers was once written specifically for students who are frustrated with their performance on the ACT. In case you are not a good standardized test taker and imagine that your ACT score is far below a fair representation of your abilities, this book can teach you how to start thinking otherwise about the ACT.

The independent editors at TestStudyGuides.com observation that “The ACT for Bad Test Takers is designed to level the playing field. Its “study smart” approach – which teaches, for instance, to emphasize the quality of answers over the quantity of questions answered – aims to help students who have a tendency to find it more difficult to realize their full potential on standardized tests.” 
Inside, this book reveals a revolutionary approach for tackling all four sections of the ACT and shows you how to obtain the score you deserve. Master this strategy, and you’ll be able to be well on your way toward becoming a good test taker and achieving real success on the ACT.
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