I was going to include this in my last blog post, but needed to check first. After having examined the Real ACT Guide (the one the ACT people themselves publish), I've noticed the math questions are NOT necessarily in order of difficulty from easiest to hardest, as SAT math questions are organized. That, combined with the fact that you may find some problems hard that most students find easy, and may find some "hard" questions to be easy, means you should FEEL FREE TO SKIP QUESTIONS. To quote House of Pain, "JUMP AROUND!" Just make sure you put the answers by the right question number. You may wish to circle questions you've skipped in the booklet, then either fill in a random circle for that question and move on. That way, if you run out of time, at least you have your guess in place.
Author: John Linneball Who did you think? ;-)
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