ACT English





Always read through the passages in ACT English section carefully before you start answering the questions. Be brief and to the point rather than beating around the bush. Go in for small and effective sentences than long and confusing sentences. Check for proper use of verb and nouns after you thoroughly go through the questions. Make sure you use phrases and idioms properly. Occasionally check for the time to keep a track of time. Remember that the ACT English section does not test your grammatical knowledge.

The ACT English consists of five passages with multiples choice questions. The passages are different from each other on varied topics. It is for the student to decide which the best answer from the options is. There are questions with the option No Change also present. Please check thoroughly before you answer such questions.

The ACT English section analysis the students understanding and skills required for the college education. In particular ACT English section tests the Usage and Mechanics of the English Language, punctuation, Grammar in general and sentence structuring. The writing strategy, style and the organization of the English language are also tested in ACT English section. Basically the overall basic English knowledge of the student is tested in the ACT English section.

About five passages of 325 words will be given in ACT english section. Segments of the passage are underlined and numbered. The student has to decide as to whether the underlined sections are correct or not from the options given. The ACT English questions can have errors in punctuation, structure or any other aspect.




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