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Pre & Elem (A)lgebra | (I)ntermediate Algebra | (P)lane Geometry | (C)oordinate Geometry | (T)rig
IMPORTANT NOTE: Beginning in the 2016-2017 school year, the folks at ACT restructured the math section of the ACT Test. The former rigid distribution of questions (24 Pre-Elem Algebra, 14 Plane Geometry, 4 Trig, 9 Coordinate Geometry & 9 Intermediate Algebra) is no more. I am in the process of reorganizing & reclassifying my existing questions and creating new questions to reflect the new format. Unfortunately, that takes time. Just ask the publishers of ACT Prep Books. I have only found 3 that acknowledge the new format. BUT, the skills in these questions continue to be good practice. ENJOY! Order This Book! It is CLEARLY the best guide. If you choose to order another, please be sure they have the correct math breakdown, shown below.

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60 Questions - 60 Minutes

Preparing for Higher Math (57-60%)

  • Number & Quantity (7-10%)
  • Algebra (12-15%)
  • Functions (12-15%)
  • Geometry (12-15%)
  • Statistics & Probability (8-12%)

Integrating Essential Skills (40-43%)

Modeling (>25%) These questions will be interspersed within the above mentioned reporting categories.

To view descriptions of each of the reporting categories on the ACT Website, Click Here.

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