by: Selina Quintero
-Reading: 1, 65-min section
-Math: 1, 25-min section (no calculator) & 1, 55-min section (w/ calculator)
-Writing & Language: 1, 35-min section
-Essay: 1, 50-min section (optional)
-Reading, relevant words in context, math (Heart of Algebra, Passport to Advanced Math, and Problem Solving and Data Analysis) grammar & usage, analytical writing (optional)
– Questions are evidence and context-based in an effort to focus on real-world situations and multi-step problem-solving.
-English: 1, 45-min section
-Math: 1, 60-min section
-Reading: 1, 35-min section
-Science: 1, 35-min section
-Writing: 1, 40-min essay (optional)
-Grammar & usage, math(algebra, geometry, and trig.), reading, science reasoning, and writing (optional)
-Straightforward, questions may be long but are usually less difficult to decipher
ACT vs SAT: which test is a better fit for you? Students may take whichever test they prefer according to their career. Some universities require the ACT or the SAT, but it is better to take them both. Although the ACT and the SAT are basically the same, there are some differences.