Join Vince Kotchian for an in-depth discussion in this video Applying the easy-to-find technique, part of Test Prep: ACT.
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- Some ACT reading questions test your ability…to understand the big picture of the area…the question is referring to.…So in this video I'll go over an example of what I call…an easy to find question.…So easy to find questions are simple to spot,…there's going to be something in the question…that points to a specific part of the passage.…For example the question may have a line reference…or a capitalized name in it.…And for this reason, you should probably do easy to find…questions before the other question types.…So let's take a look at a sample question…that's easy to find.…
And we know this question is easy to find…because one of the main points made in this paragraph.…Okay, well a lot of times on the real test you might see…one of the main points made in the last paragraph…or the first paragraph,…but either way we know where to go.…So our first step is to get sort of a summary of the area.…We want to kind of know what the paragraph…is about overall.…We're not going to worry about maybe every single detail,…
- Getting a baseline ACT score
- Preparing a study timeline
- Answering ACT English questions
- Solving math problems
- Answering reading questions
- Working on science questions
- Writing the ACT essay
Skill Level Beginner
1. Welcome to the ACT
2. Preparation and Test-Taking Strategies
3. ACT English
4. ACT Math
5. ACT Reading
6. ACT Science
7. ACT Essay
Overview of the ACT essay2m 26s
Next steps1m 23s
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