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Ten Common Grammar Mistakes

Grammar mistakes abound in today’s world. Many of them are made in the rush to type, others because people simply don’t know (or remember to apply) the rules of grammar. Unfortunately, grammar mistakes can make a piece of writing seem less elevated, and these mistakes may also affect the intende...

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Updated ACT® Test Dates for 2019–2020

Find a Test Date That Works for You! If you’re planning to take the ACT® test during the 2019–2020 school year, you know you can’t just show up with a pencil on test day. You’ll have to do a bit of planning, with calendar in hand. We’ve put together not only the actual test dates, but also the r...

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The Four Types of Sentences

Want to get something done? Know how to ask. It can be hard! But knowing the type of sentence to use can go a long way. That intro uses all four sentence types: interrogative, imperative, exclamatory, and declarative. Knowing the four types of sentences and the most appropriate time to use each ...

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Formulas You Need to Know for the ACT Math Test

The ACT® (American College Testing) Math Test has 60 questions that cover a wide range of topics covered in high school. If you don’t remember your high school math classes, don’t worry! We’ve compiled the essential formulas you’ll need to know for the ACT Math Test. Even if you are not allowed t...

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How to Outsmart the ACT Math Test

The ACT Math section has 60 questions and 60 minutes to complete them. If this seems like an impossible task, read on! There are several ways to maximize the use of that time and get more answers right, thus, a higher score on the test. Time management is important. Do the following things and yo...

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Ten Common Grammar Mistakes

Grammar mistakes abound in today’s world. Many of them are made in the …

Updated ACT® Test Dates for 2019–2020

Find a Test Date That Works for You! If you’re planning to take the AC…

The Four Types of Sentences

Want to get something done? Know how to ask. It can be hard! But knowin…