Up Your Score on the ACT

With the ACT coming up on April 23, it’s hard to pick which one or two out from the numerous  ACT test prep books that are out there. The ultimate survival guide is “Up Your Score ACT: The Underground Guide” by Chris Arp and Veritas Tutors.

(The authors) have constructed a witty style of writing to keep readers on their toes.”

The book is written and illustrated (yes, ACT books can have pictures) by a teacher and three college graduates who exceed expectations in the knowledge department. They have constructed a witty style of writing to keep readers on their toes.

Cut into sections, the book reviews English, mathematics, science, and writing strategies. It also offers helpful hints on how to lay out a plan to study for the ACT, whether you have three months, three weeks, or even three days.

The chapters are filled with humorous side comments, making it more endurable to read five chapters in a row. With an updated edition every year, this book is filled with fresh and current information, so don’t forget to add it to your list of ACT essentials.

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