Nervous about the ACT style questions? Nova Press has you covered! Whether you want to add variety to your “transitional word” vocabulary, vary your sentence structure, or work on your figurative language, the Nova Press ACT Verbal Prep Course can help.
The writing section of the ACT can seem very intimidating. If you’re nervous about your writing abilities or what “they” are looking for in an essay, going into a test to write an essay you can’t prepare beforehand may seem overwhelming. Rather than go to pieces, practice writing essays before you go into the test. Choose topics based on the news, something you read for school, or ask someone to give you a topic. It could even be something goofy, like “What is your favorite TV show? Discuss the pros and cons to the plot line of a typical episode.” Then go back and read through your essay, using the Nova Press ACT Verbal Prep Course to direct your attention to specific weaknesses and strengths in your writing. You can take multiple passes through, focusing on a different area for improvement each time. When you’re done, pick a new topic and write another, keeping in mind the areas you fixed on your previous essay.
Or maybe you’re worried about the reading questions. The Nova Press ACT Verbal Prep Course can help you improve your reading comprehension with their reading samples, directed questions, and specific reading methods than can increase what you get out of your first and, if needed, second readings. It gives you techniques for identifying the type of question being asked and ideas for where to look for the answer in the reading excerpts.
Whatever part of the ACT style questions is making you apprehensive, Nova Press can help!
Originally posted 2012-03-05 19:23:30.