In our lessons here, we shall look at

- Tips and strategies for the ACT.
- Worked solutions for some ACT practice tests.
- Concepts that you will need to know for the ACT Math sections.

Related Topics: More ACT Tips and Prep

### What is the ACT?

### Free preparation Booklet from the ACT Official Site

Preparing
for the ACT - Download a free student preparation booklet
which includes test information, complete practice tests with scoring
keys, and a writing prompt with sample essays. (also available
from most high schools and colleges)

### Content Covered by the ACT Math Test

The ACT Mathematics Test covers six content areas: pre-algebra,
elementary algebra, intermediate algebra, coordinate geometry,
plane geometry, and trigonometry.

### Pre-Algebra (20 - 25%)

Questions in the content area of pre-algebra are based on:

### Elementary Algebra (15 - 20%)

Questions in the content area of elementary algebra are based on:

### Intermediate Algebra (15 - 20%)

Questions in the content area of intermediate algebra are based on:

### Coordinate Geometry (15 - 20%)

Questions in the content area of coordinate geometry are based on:

### Plane Geometry (20 - 25%)

Questions in the content area of plane geometry are based on:

### Trigonometry (5 -10%)

Questions in the content area of trigonometry are based on:

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