|By Jwood (Jwood) on Wednesday, April 02, 2003 - 06:13 pm: Edit|
act.com offers two retired tests from there website at $5 each. Getting into the ACT has two retired tests. Those are all I can find. I'm running out. Does anyone know if there is another (legal.... preferably ;) way to get real ACT tests? What I need is a "Ten Real ACTS" book. Four tests are not enough!
And if you don't know that, could you tell me which unofficial books seem to have the most realistic and accurate practice tests? (Have taken Sparksnotes, ACT for Dummies, and Cliffs)
Thank you all.
|By Jwood (Jwood) on Wednesday, April 02, 2003 - 06:14 pm: Edit|
I did not realize that someone just asked the same thing ten minutes ago. Sorry!
|By Thirstydog (Thirstydog) on Friday, April 04, 2003 - 08:16 pm: Edit|
There are twelve different retired ACT tests available. First the two sample tests that students can order from the website. There is also supposed to be a third one available. I think it's one of the ones you could order last year. They still have it, they just took it off the order form. You should be able to order it by calling the customer service number on the website. In addition to the three student sample tests, there are three that only high schools and colleges can order. Your guidance office should be able to order them for you; I believe that again there are two on the website and one you can get by phone request. Then there are the two in Getting Into the ACT. There are two more in the ACTive Prep software, which I think costs $25. The sample questions on the website are one complete test. And there's a free one in Preparing for the ACT Assessment. ALL twelve of these practice tests are real retired tests, and they are all different.
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