Tackle the ACT a second time: Watch the clock

It’s not uncommon to skip some questions while taking a standardized exam. A score report can show you where you skipped questions, possibly revealing that you ran out of time.

First-time test takers are not always aware of how quickly the exam moves and so they need to develop a strategy for timing and pacing.

The ACT has more questions per minute than the SAT. The SAT has a grammar section which is 44 questions in 35 minutes. Whereas, the ACT English section has 75 questions in 45 minutes.

SciMath Education’s mock test program administers practice tests in timed environments to improve college applicants time management for test day.