Aaron of Prepped and Polished discusses how to excel on the math section of the ACT exam.

The math section of the ACT is notorious for being a very big portion of the ACT section as a whole. It was the second part of four; it is 60 minutes with 60 questions; the longest amount of time and the second longest amount of questions, next to the English section of the ACT exam.

The best way to excel is to be prepared. It means being ready for any kind of time management necessary for the test and being prepared for memorizing certain formulas, equations, approaches, processes, strategies, and processes of elimination. Then, I know as a preview what kind of questions can show up, what the difficulty is, and what the content that can appear is. If the students are able to hit all those points, they will to do well in the ACT math section.

Key Takeaways to excel on the ACT Math Section

  • Time management
  • Memorization, recognition and application
  • Calculation errors
  • Questions difficulty

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