So I'm making a new mod that is still in the works but i want to know how to change or make a new title screen like in act 2 after Sayori's death and the title screen had a glitch Sayori.
Im just going to start by asking whose idea it was to name a dog Boy
I tutor a little bit and got the following message:
"Hi my son took the ACT test and got a 47 he need to take the English again. How much is it to get my son tutoring?"
Damn, son! Maybe you can tutor me. But this is obviously a scam, so the best thing to probably do is not reply.
Congrats to everyone who achieved their goal scores! Here's a thread to have a conversation.
While this does not affect me as I have already taken the ACT, I believe that the ACT has severely screwed itself over by promising a specific section retake system.
A key component to standardized tests is the endurance of testing. People who can last the hours focusing and on the zone are the ones who can come out successful in the test. This system ruins the credibility of the ACT. It is no longer comparable to the SAT due to the different timing systems and will be viewed as inferior to the SAT. It is as if you take the test four times only focusing on one section each time and super score it all.
In summary, the ACT will no longer be held as an equal to the SAT and by portioning out the test the whole super scoring system will be mandatory for schools.
90% get 3-4 points more using my plan for the act.
Step 1: take one practice test - remember to time it. Circle what you get wrong. And then go over the answers. I would suggest going over the answers you were not sure about, but still got right because it might have just been luck.
Step 2: Read about ACT Grammar rules and ACT Math Formulas EVERY SINGLE DAY. Even if you know the grammar rules and formulas just skim through the rules and formulas (there are a lot of good websites out there for rules like these).
Step 3: go to https://www.crackact.com/ - I know it sounds sketch but it is legit and helpful. its free practice act questions from sections. In the website take one Math, one English, one Science and one Reading section EVERYDAY. It puts away only 30 minutes of your time. After you submit the section it tells you what you got wrong and why, so please read those explanations.
Step 4: A week before the test take another practic... keep reading on reddit ➡
A tutor does not have magic tricks that can help you get a perfect score. When you get a tutor, you are really just forcing yourself to sit down and focus on the material instead of procrastinate.
If you really want a good score, the key is grinding.
I would say to use a tutor to cover material that you don't know but need for a test. Otherwise, it's unbelievably expensive and just fueling the adversity score controversy with colleges.
Also, for those who are buying books for $20 a piece, they aren't worth it. A plethora of practice tests are available online to study from. The books, while maybe helpful to some, really just tell you to use process of elimination, which is not really a revolutionary idea.
Anyway, that's my opinion. If you are on this sub, you are probably self aware enough to know what's best for you. Good luck to future test takers :)
I got into Harvard, and own a business that makes multi-million dollars. I also got a 1600 on the SAT. I am a god, if you need help, I am here, I can help you for free...
So my next ACT is in a month, and I want to take a practice ACT ASAP. Problem is, I don’t know where to take an ACT with the same environmental aspects (quiet room, no outside noice, etc). Anyone know where I could go to take the test?
Do state funded ACT test scores come out on the ACT portal just like the national tests, or do they mail them to you?
i took the act on february 25 in my school and i'm wondering when scores will come out. also do they send scores on the act website or through mail?
I recently took the pre ACT (sophomore) without studying and got a 31. The test predicts that by junior or senior, I can get a 32-34 on the real ACT.
For people who've taken the pre ACT before, how accurate was it in predicting your results?
Our school offers a ACT on March 24, and then there is a public ACT April 4. Would it be dumb or not worth to take both of those? I’m just thinking that maybe the more I do the better chances of doing better on the act. Currently waiting for my February results, but thinking I scored around a 28, and I would like to score around 31-32 for the school I’m looking at.
We put people on pedestals when they succumb to their demons and yet we can't give suicidal people the credit they deseerve for powering through because most of them cannot discuss it or have and it has not helped.
If you keep getting suicidal thoughts and you are still here then you deserve all the credit in the world. You are fighting something that nobody but you can begin to comprehend. Keep that dog in the fight. You have already won. Keep winning.
Edit; I am really glad people appreciated my words. I wish you all the best. Keep fighting warriors.
talk about your scores and rant here!
I studied like crazy y'all
Edit: only in hk and maybe china!! Didn't mean for it to be an official announcement! Please go to ur tests if ur not in hk/china
I am thinking about switching it up and studying in the morning. Drop your study routines down below!
im in the bay area (CA) and almost all (if not all) SAT centers have cancelled this weekend’s SAT, so, do you guys think that the april ACT will be cancelled too?
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Yeah jt was pretty aight, anybody else took it today?
I am a sophomore and I took the Act in December and I wasnt really happy with my scores. I really want to improve, when should I start studying for the next AcT I take? I take a lot of AP classes so I am filled with homework. Also, what would be a reasonable score for me to get next time I take the Act if I got a composite score of 22?
It’s basically all in the title. I’m very happy with my composite ACT score and slightly less happy with my 9 on writing. If I took the SAT and didn’t do as well, would I be required to send that score to any schools or would it be entirely optional?
Because scores start releasing tell me what score you wanted before you took the test and the score you predict you are going to get after taking the test?
Hello, I did a test prep plan for my daughter that is a sophomore.
She is planning to take the test in September of 2021 and maybe in October 2021.
Any comments or suggestions?
I’m using Magoosh to study but I swear these practice tests are harder than the real thing considering I didn’t prep nearly as hard for the 31 I got last time (apologies if I sound like another high-scoring asshole). Can anyone truly verify on experience whether they’re actually harder or not?
https://imgur.com/gallery/dCMHUkG Here are some pictures I took(science)
I think the title sums it up pretty well. I got a 35 on the ACT but only an 8 on the essay. I didn't prepare for it and didn't use my time properly. Does this matter at all? Does it make my 35 any worse, and do I have to send the essay score with the rest of my score to colleges?
I’m in CT and tomorrow is Feb. 24. Is it worth staying up until midnight for the release? What’re the chances I get it?
First time taking the ACT. Took the SAT three time already. Any tips or study resources will be much appreciated Ty
This is the first time that I have taken the ACT.
Do the scores generally come out on time? Would you recommend staying up to 12 AM EST to get the scores?