How to Self-Prep for the ACT (Pt. 2) Focus Fire: Weaknesses

Though in the grand scheme of things it often behooves you to focus on your strengths, when you’re prepping for the ACT or SAT, it usually makes more sense to target your weaknesses. This is because it’s usually easier to gain points on the sections where your score is lowest. Especially when you’re first getting started, that low score is likely due more to relatively easy-to-fix tactical errors than any “inherent” limitations re: subject matter.

The bottom line is this – when embarking on ACT prep, focus on weaknesses first!

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