During the global pandemic COVID-19, ACT testing will be held on Saturday, 13 June 2020. You only have a couple of days before the ACT. And you’re determined to ace this test! Whether you’re looking for last-minute study tips, advice on how to prepare the day of the test, or test-taking strategies to maximize your scores.
Social Distancing Guidelines
ACT will be following CDC-recommended guidelines for social distancing at our test centers for June and July.
Tips for the Day before Test
- It is important to be well-rested.
- Make sure to get a good night’s sleep in a few days before the test.
- Take a proper diet right before the test.
Stress can negatively affect test prep
- Being too stressed about the exam can negatively affect your performance.
- Be aware of whatever nervousness you’re feeling.
- Occupy some time each day relaxing.
Imagine a successful experience
- You also know where you are strong and where you are weak.
- Picture yourself positively answering questions correctly, and smoothly.
Tips for the Examination Hall
Use the process of removal
- Crossing out choices as you go along really helps when you get that feeling that you might need to guess.
- If you have no knowledge of how to answer a question, try to eliminate any obviously wrong choices.
Cover up the answers
- Always try to come up with an answer on your own before you even look at the choices.
Pace and Trust yourself
- Skip questions that are going to take longer.
Bubble in groups
- Complete at least five questions, and then bubble the answers in on the answer sheet.
- It will also save time.
Use any extra time cleverly
- If you find yourself with extra time at the end of a section, make good use of it.
- Make sure your answer choices are in the right bubbles.
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