ACT Test 2011
ACT Practice Test 2011
If you take the ACT practice test, you have a golden opportunity to practice your test taking strategies. A common strategy is to ignore the most difficult questions and answering questions easier before. This will help to maximize the applications that work the practice tests the law. However, you must be careful! Do this wrong and you hit that ‘entire test section. Here are some tips to make sure to do this right.
When skipping difficult questions, be absolutely sure that you are marking the answer on the answer sheet that corresponds to the questions that have answers. Since I do not answer them in order, there will also be skipping the answers on the answer sheet. An easy way to remember to do this is to repeat silently in your mind about the number of questions and answers from the test booklet and then repeat the number of question and answer, as you mark the answer in the correct position on the answer sheet. For example, if the answer of your choice for question 16 is D, then quietly said “16-D” when you have finished the problem and “16-D” how to find the right place on the answer sheet to mark the answer. This helps to concentrate the mind on marking the answer in the right place.
It can be hard to remember what questions you need to go back and do if you skip the first time through. Circle the question number for each question to jump. This makes it very easy to go back and find the ones that you still have to do. If you run one of the problems that you circled, put an ‘X’ with that number so that you know you have finished this question. Doing these two things will be easier for you to find and respond to those who have missed the first time.
The ACT consists of a number of very specific types of questions. Learn to recognize the different questions. Then you will be able to decide quickly whether it is the kind of question that you should respond well on that first, or one that is more difficult and that it should be left until later.
Remember that your goal is to answer many questions correctly as possible. ACT practice tests are a great place to practice test taking strategies, particularly the strategy to respond to easy questions first.