ACT Math





The ACT Math Test measures knowledge and understanding of mathematics. Always try to read through the problem in ACT math given twice before working it out. Look out for shortcuts and patterns if any. Use common sense to check if your chosen answer is right. Practical problems need to be solved so logical thinking is necessary. Knowledge of basic formulas is necessary for ACT math section. Extensive working out is required for this section to arrive at the correct answer. ACT math section starts with easy questions moving on to harder ones later. You mathematical reasoning skills are clearly tested in ACT math section. Five alternative solutions are given for each question. One of the choices provided in None of the above. The ACT Math section has sub-scores too. These ACT math section sub-scores are based on

  • Pre-Algebra
  • Elementary Algebra
  • Intermediate Algebra
  • Coordinate Geometry
  • Plane Geometry
  • Trigonometry

These ACT math section sub-scores are useful for the college advisors to place the students is an appropriate college math course. A calculator can be used only when required during ACT math section.




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