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ACT / SAT Grammar Cheat Sheet

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Quiz Hacker’s ACT and SAT Grammar Cheat Sheet gives you all the grammar rules tested on the SAT and ACT. It also features powerful tactics for SAT and ACT rhetoric questions.

On the ACT & SAT “Grammar” Sections, Is Shorter Better?

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Rumor has it that on ACT English and SAT Writing & Language, shorter is better. Is the rumor true? Yes and no. The shortest answer is NOT always the correct answer. This should be obvious to anyone who has taken an official SAT or ACT. However, under certain conditions, the shortest answer WILL always be correct. Here are the conditions:… Read more »

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“Madison had a truly awesome experience in working with David. He quickly determined what the root cause of her problems were with her ACT English test and immediately set out a plan to improve her English Usage and Grammar skills. He provided great personalized guidance while they Skyped and in addition provided her with fantastic documents to aid her in… Read more »

How to Master ACT English Comma Questions, Pt. 1

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Quiz Hacker Cheat Sheets ACT English Comma Questions Part 1: Non-essential Phrases Before getting into the specifics of the ACT English section, we need to talk a little bit about how to approach the section as a whole. Strategically, English is probably the most straightforward section of the exam (the possible exception being math). There are really only 2 things… Read more »

ACT English Question Types: Redundancy

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A key to doing well on ACT English is being able to quickly identify question types and their rules/tactics. A common question type is the redundancy question. As long as you identify these questions correctly, they are relatively easy. But students often fail to identify them. For practice, I recommend going through a full English section (official exams only) and… Read more »