It’s pretty easy to find ACT/SAT prep by doing a quick Google search. Most of it isn’t free though, test preparation is a multi-million dollar industry
which I consider to be one of the reasons exams are so important, rather than their actual usefulness.The Princeton Review does offer 1 free practice test though.
If you send me an ask with your email address, I can email you full length practice ACT (pdf file)
or you can wait and I’ll put out a dropbox link later. If you were to ask me which test is easier to learn or a better measure of your abilities I would say: If you only want to take one, take the ACT. (Although the SAT recently changed their exam and eliminated the things I found problematic, such as; the wrong answer penalty and part of the ridiculous vocabulary section.)
If you are thinking of buying one of those self-help test prep books
I’ve read them allI would say the Princeton Review has the best, easiest strategies (more practical than Kaplan strategies). They break it down really well. Mostly because they flat out say: bottom line this is a timed test and this isn’t how people actually learn/read in school, so this is what you need to do to pass this test.
I would also say the REAL ACT Prep Guide is good if you just want actual practice tests. This book does NOT offer tips, tricks, or strategies. It only has practice tests and answer keys so that you can practice taking the test and see what your score would have been.The practice tests in those books are retired ACT exams so they are the closest thing you will get to the real thing. Most test prep companies that include practice test have to write their own test questions in the style of the ACT because the ACT is copyrighted. The REAL ACT Prep Guide is the only book licensed by the ACT, Inc.
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