ACT Science Section
The ACT Science section consists of scientific information in the form of seven sets. Each of the sets is followed by multiple-choice questions. The test-taker has to choose the correct answer from the given options. There are three formats in which the given scientific information can be presented. These three formats are as follows:
- Data Representation: This information can be in the form of tables, graphs or any other diagrammatic/graphic form.
- Research Summaries: This form of information consists of experiments and their descriptions.
- Conflicting Viewpoints: This form of information will consist of several hypotheses which may be interrelated but inconsistent with each other.
You are not permitted to use calculators in the ACT Science test. The ACT Science section is based on testing your reasoning skills. A majority of the questions are based on information that is already given. The test-taker has to analyze whether the given information is correct or incorrect. He may also be required to work out the conclusions. Around thirteen questions will require the test-taker to draw conclusions and inferences from the given data. The remaining questions are designed to assess the test-taker’s general understanding abilities. All that you need to know is simple arithmetic and algebra for doing well in the ACT Science section. There is no sub-scoring in this ACT test section.
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