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Prepare Yourself For The ACT Using Quad Education Sample Exams

Not knowing how to prepare for the ACT exam is something most students know all too well. Don’t worry, though; we've got you covered! ​​Quad Education’s full-length ACT Practice Tests are here to help you prepare for this difficult exam.

Our sample exams are easy to use and give a realistic feel of the ACT. Use them today to boost your confidence and improve your score!

These practice tests were designed by our expert ACT tutors who have decades of tutoring experience and know the type of questions that will be asked on the test.

5 Essential Tips for Effective ACT Practice Test Preparation

Here are some important tips for ACT practice exam prep.
Set Realistic Goals

Before taking the practice exam, you should set clear and achievable goals. Instead of aiming for an unrealistic score increase overnight, focus on gradual progress over time. For example, you could set a goal to improve your math score by a certain number of points within a month.

Become Familiar With the Structure and Format

The structure and format of a practice test are very similar to the real exam, so you must familiarize yourself with the structure before taking it. You should find out how many sections there are, how long each lasts, and what questions you'll face. 

If you do this, you'll feel less nervous on the test day because you'll know what to expect. Plus, knowing the structure helps you plan your study time better.

Simulate Test Conditions

Simulating test conditions means practicing in an environment similar to the actual ACT day. This includes timing yourself, finding a quiet place to study, and avoiding distractions. Doing this will help you treat the practice exam like the real one, which will help you prepare and manage your anxiety and stress levels. 

It also helps you determine if there are any areas you need to work on, like better managing your time or staying focused for longer periods.

Review Your Mistakes

Depending on how many times you’ve taken an ACT practice test, you’ll know your weaknesses. 

Was it a silly mistake? Did you not understand the concept? You’ll need to understand your errors to avoid making the same ones in the future. So, after each practice test, go over the questions you missed. Look at the explanations, and make sure you understand why the correct answer is right.

Stay Calm and Focused

Staying calm and focused during your ACT prep is important and helps you perform well on the practice and real exams. It's easy to get stressed out, but staying calm helps you think clearer and perform better. If you start feeling overwhelmed, take a break, do something you enjoy, and return to it. 

Also, try some relaxation techniques, like deep breathing or visualization, to help calm your nerves. When you're studying, stay focused on the task at hand. Put away distractions like your phone or TV, and give each study session your full attention.

ACT prep can be challenging, but it doesn’t have to be. Quad Education offers ACT tutoring for students who want to achieve their test score goals. Book a free consultation today!


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How Many ACT Practice Tests Should I Take?

We recommend completing 3 to 5 practice tests before taking your ACT exam. However, it’s important to note that only using practice tests to prepare for the ACT is insufficient.

What Are the Benefits of Taking ACT Practice Tests?

There are many benefits of taking ACT practice exams, these include:

  • You’ll understand the types of questions you’ll be asked
  • Helps you understand what your weak areas are
  • You’ll be given the answers to questions to help you understand your mistakes
  • Helps build endurance for the exam
  • Can potentially raise your ACT score

Are ACT Practice Tests Accurate?

It is said that the ACT's practice test is the most accurate available. Our practice exam has been created by our in-house expert ACT tutors, who have decades of experience, making it a reliable source for test preparation. However, you should be aware that these practice exams, although helpful, are not 100% accurate.

Are ACT Practice Tests Harder than the Real Exam?

Although ACT practice exams are designed to be equally difficult as the real exam, they are not. The real exam will be more difficult because of factors such as test anxiety and stress. A good study strategy is to take ACT practice tests with harder questions to improve your skills, even though the real test is supposed to be equally difficult.