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The high school years are full of nuance and complexity. You remember, don’t you? (C’mon, it couldn’t have been that long ago.) Finding time to both socialize and study. Carefree some days but confused on others. A party to attend one night and a paper to write the next.
Each year, millions of high school students prepare to take the ACT or SAT—and sometimes both. Some enroll in after-school or online test-prep classes. Others regularly review ACT and SAT practice questions or go over textbook material and classwork in the subject areas covered on the test.
Scoring a 36 on the ACT is a goal many students aspire to—but few accomplish. Fewer than one-tenth of the top 1% of test-takers ever see that number when they receive their score reports. While achieving this goal usually isn’t easy, it’s not impossible, either.