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...Time management and knowing how the test-makers 'think' are also essential to your success on this section. Over the past 12 years of tutoring for the ACT, I've worked with hundreds of students for thousands of hours of one-on-one prep and have helped them increase their ACT English score by as much as 15 points. The Math section is a test of both content and your test-taking skills.

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