Princeton Review ACT Prep (formerly Cracking the ACT)
The ACT is a national college admissions exam that will test your child’s knowledge, including rhetorical skills and reading comprehension for English, geometry and trigonometry for Math, and experiments for Science Reasoning. It is accepted by all 4-year colleges and universities in the U.S. If the thought of taking such a comprehensive test scares your child, Princeton Review ACT Prep can allay some of those fears.
Everything He Needs to Master the ACT
With a complete review of all pertinent content, points on how to write a notable essay, strategies for turning complex algebra into simple arithmetic, and practice questions and explanations in every chapter, Princeton Review ACT Prep has everything your teen needs to master this important exam. And with access to three full-length practice tests and detailed answer explanations, Princeton Review ACT Prep will give your child a good familiarity with what to expect and where he needs additional work before the actual test.
Author: Princeton Review
Number of Pages: 816
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Made In: USA