Referral and Reasoning Questions on ACT Reading
The reading section on the ACT might seem straightforward — after all, you've been reading since your first years in school. But the structure of the test may actually clash with the reading skills you've developed, making it more challenging to prepare for. One of our time-saving, score-maximizing steps involves splitting questions into three groups: Those you'll do now, do later, or guess. And while this may sound simple enough, that's only the case if you're already familiar with what you'll face on the test. Here's how to best prepare for the two types of ACT Reading questions.