#1
Does anyone know what specific things the ACT has you do science-wise? I would just like to know what I need to study.
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Does anyone know what specific things the ACT has you do science-wise? I would just like to know what I need to study.

It's really random. I had gel electrophoresis and mitosis questions. Also something on conductivity.
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#3
if you want to practice for the act, i recommend buying those practice test type books. those helped me a lot and it gives you questions very similar to what's on the actual test. you can time yourself and check your answers and everything.

as for the science, it has a bunch of graphs and pictures and ****.
#4
I can't really remember, but its quite simple stuff really, nothing too complicated. But I did get a 29 on it without any sort of preparation at all. Sucks yes, but im much more proud of my 1920 on my SAT anyway.
#5
yeah, a library near me has some of those except on computer. I'm planning on getting them. Thanks for the help so far.
#6
The science is the easiest part of the test (I got 30, my highest one)
all you have to be able to do is read data, interpret it, and predict what happens next
simple!
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Does anyone know what specific things the ACT has you do science-wise? I would just like to know what I need to study.



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#10
As the above posters said, no real knowledge of science is actually needed. It's all based on how well you can read and interpret the data given to you. (I just looked at the pictures and graphs and barely read any of the paragraphs but still got a 33 on the Science section.)
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#11
Ok, well that's good. I'm homeschooled, and the books I got for biology and chemistry did a really shit job of explaining stuff, so I'm not too great at them, whch is why I wanted to know. It's really the main downside of homeschooling. Get good books and do great, or get bad books and not undersand at all. Thanks for the help
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Don't you have a syllabus that outlines what you have to learn for it?

I'm not aware of anything like that..
#17
it's the easiest part of the test. basically you just look at the graphs/charts/whatever and answer questions based on those. the reason lots of people do badly is not reading well enough because it's the last section of the test and by that time you're ready to GTFO. you need no prior scientific knowledge really (unless there's stuff i learned that i'm just taking for granted and not realizing).
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#18
no prior knowledge necessary, just reading graphs mainly
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