Five Tips to Score Over 30 on the ACT


Does increasing your ACT score feel like an (insanely steep) uphill battle? Well, for those of you who are already scoring 28 or above, every question can make even more of a difference! It's not quite as simple as saying that every additional correct answer will improve your score, but it is generally true that the number of additional questions correct you need to improve from 24 to 28 is higher than the number needed to improve from a 32 to a 36 — or even from a 28 to a 32. Here are five tips to help hone your ACT skills and push your score over the 30-point threshold.

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