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# ACT - Math

This is a link to a great study guide for the ACT Math.

This is a link to Kaplan's Live webinar on the ACT.

This is a link to the High School Test Prep's webiste on math. – Online practice tests are provided. They are broken down by level of difficulty.

This is a link to Prep Scholar's website on math – There are multiple subtopics of math included with tutorials and explanations. A few practice questions are provided. Students must score themselves.

This is a link to Varsity Tutor's website on math – Multiple practices and detailed practice quizzes are included. Students can find specific content areas to practice. (The practice tests are listed at the top of the page. Scroll down to get to all of the content quizzes.

This is a link to Test Prep Review's math page -- Specific practice is provided for mathematical topics.

This is a link has 21 quick tips on quickly increasing your ACT score.  It is about 45 minutes long.

This is a link from study.com on how to solve math problems when you don't know what to do.

This is a link from Test Geek on how to use the answers to help solve questions.

This is a link to Evan Wessler's blog on the different ways the ACT/SAT ask the same question!

This is a link to 31 needed ACT math formulas.  Know them and see your score rise.

This is a link to Magoosh's website on ACT math formulas.

This is a link to Get2College's math boot camp.

This is a link to part one of 52 frequent ACT math problems and skills needed to work them.

This is a link to part two of 52 frequent ACT math problems and skills needed to work them.

This is a link to part three of 52 frequent ACT math problems and skills needed to work them.

This is a link to All Things Test Prep's six basic types of ACT math question.

This is a link to Analyze Math's everything you need math page!

This is a link to Effortless Math's webpage which has simple worksheets to practice for the math portion.