# ACT® Exam

## Eight Important Test-Taking Strategies for the ACT® Exam

Learn about ACT test taking strategies to improve your performance on the ACT exam. You can find study tools and test-taking tips in this article.

## Trigonometry Basics & Practice Questions in ACT® Math Section

The ACT Math exam requires your understanding of trigonometric basics. Use this article to review the formulas, concepts & ACT trigonometry practice questions.

## Syllabus and Topic-wise Weightage Explained: ACT® Maths Test

The ACT Math test covers eight topics. Let’s take a look at the topics in this section and the skills you will need to learn to do well in this section.

## Correct Use of Colons, Semicolons, and Dashes: Tips and Tricks for the ACT® English Exam

Learn and practice the ACT punctuation rules and usage necessary for English questions in the topics of colons, semicolons, and dashes in this article.

## Tips and Tricks: When To Start Studying for the ACT® or SAT® Exam

One of the biggest questions in ACT® or SAT® prep is when to start studying. In this video, UWorld discusses preparation timelines and more to help you do best.

## 5 Things to Know for College Admissions

Preparing for college begins long before you pack up your room in preparation for move-in day. Getting into a preferred college is a multi-year process that requires information, dedication, and hard work. But with the right plan in place, you can navigate the college admissions process with great success in order to get into your dream school.

## Subject-Verb Agreement on the SAT® and ACT® Exams

Did you know 3.3% of the questions on the SAT and ACT deal with subject-verb agreements? Become more familiar with the different ways this rule shows up on the exams.

## What You Need to Know About Dashes for the SAT® and ACT® Exams

Both the SAT and ACT exams test students on when dashes should be used. Dashes draw attention to specific content and can function the same way as parentheses. They can set off additional information to further explain what is being discussed but that’s not essential for the sentence to make sense.

## A Comparison of the ACT® & SAT®

This infographic will look at the similarities and differences on the ACT and SAT including scoring, test materials, sections of test, tips for taking each, and how to decide which one is the best option for you.

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