ACT English and Reading Exam prep

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ACT English and Reading Exam prep This app can help you to get the high score of exam of American College Testing (ACT) Verbal Section quickly and easily. This app contain 132 multiple choice questions pool, with one correct answers. The content only include English and Reading For real exam, you need to answer questions in 3 hours 30 minutes. You can remark the questions and you review question easily. In addition , you can also click the question number and jump to that question. - No internet required - Only one cost and use forever The ACT (originally an abbreviation of American College Testing)[11] college readiness assessment is a standardized test for high school achievement and college admissions in the United States produced by ACT, a nonprofit of the same name.[11] English The first section is the 45-minute English test covering usage/mechanics and rhetorical skills. The 75-question test consists of five passages with various sections underlined on one side of the page and options to correct the underlined portions on the other side of the page. More specifically, questions focus on usage and mechanics – issues such as commas, apostrophes, (misplaced/dangling) modifiers, colons, and fragments and run-ons – as well as on rhetorical skills – style (clarity and brevity), strategy, transitions, and organization (sentences in a paragraph and paragraphs in a passage). Reading The reading section consists of four ten-question passages, from the realm of prose fiction, social science, humanities, and natural science. The student gets 35 minutes to take this test. Time is a major factor to consider in testing. The ACT is generally regarded as being composed of somewhat easier questions (versus the SAT)[citation needed], but the time allotted to complete each section increases the overall difficulty it to the SAT). The ACT allots 45 minutes for a 75-question English section 60 minutes for a 60-question Mathematics section 35 minutes for a 40-question Reading section 35 minutes for a 40-question Science section Comparatively, the SAT is structured such that the test taker is allowed at least one minute per question, on generally shorter sections (25 or fewer questions).