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- 3 - Pretty engaging, good book.
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- 5 - Really engaging, excellent book.
While the ACT used to be considered the stepchild of the SAT, today, more students take it than its formerly more-prestigious competitor. Furthermore, state schools and Ivy League universities alike view each test equally in the college admissions process.
In his premiere book, master tutor and founder of testpreplive.com, Andre Kiss breaks down the ACT into effective strategies and techniques, from the neuroscience of learning, to the best foods to eat on test day.
I Used to Hate the ACT, Too helps students not only achieve their highest scores to get into the colleges of their choice, but also provides them with the necessary tools and strategies to help achieve their highest potential in every aspect of their lives.
Title: I Used to Hate the ACT, Too: How to Conquer the #1 College Admissions Test
Author: Andre Kiss
Length: 230 Pages
Publication Date: 2015-06-06