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"EXAMBUSTERS ACT Prep Workbooks" provide comprehensive, fundamental ACT review--one fact at a time--to prepare students to take practice ACT tests. Each ACT study guide focuses on one specific subject area covered on the ACT exam. From 300 to 600 questions and answers, each volume in the ACT series is a quick and easy, focused read. Reviewing ACT flash cards is the first step toward more confident ACT preparation and ultimately, higher ACT exam scores!
"ACT Prep Flashcard Workbook 4: VOCABULARY WORD ROOTS"
A unique collection of 380 essential Word Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes, each with up to ten derivative word examples and definitions. Interpret new words without a dictionary. You'll view language from an entirely new perspective, and raise your ACT test score too!
"ACT Prep Flashcard Workbook 1: VOCABULARY-Fundamental"
300 basic words every high school freshman should know. Includes part of speech, pronunciation, succinct, easy-to-remember definition, and common synonyms and antonyms. If vocabulary isn't your strong suit, then review these common ACT words first.
"ACT Prep Flashcard Workbook 2: VOCABULARY-Intermediate"
500 frequently tested ACT words every high school student should know. Perfect for anyone who wants to enrich their vocabulary! Improve your reading comprehension and conversation. Includes sample sentence, part of speech, pronunciation, succinct, easy-to-remember definition, and common synonyms and antonyms.
"ACT Prep Flashcard Workbook 3: VOCABULARY-Advanced"
350 frequently tested ACT words every college freshman should know. Perfect for anyone who wants to enrich their vocabulary! Improve your reading comprehension and conversation. Includes sample sentence, part of speech, pronunciation, succinct, easy-to-remember definition, and common synonyms and antonyms.
"ACT Prep Flashcard Workbook 5: WORDS COMMONLY CONFUSED"
Do you know the difference between "fewer" and "less," when to use "it's" or "its," or how to distinguish between "historical" and "historic" or "tortuous" and "torturous?" This course contains 500 pairs of commonly confused words, some so frequently misused that their wrong application has become acceptable to many ears. Includes part of speech, pronunciation, simple definition, and usage example. Mastering the differences will improve your written grammar, verbal communication, and most importantly, your ACT test score!
"ACT Prep Flashcard Workbook 6: ARITHMETIC REVIEW"
600 questions and answers highlight essential arithmetic definitions, problems, and concepts. Topics: Fractions and Decimals, Multiplication Tables, Word Problems, Percents, Measurement, Metric System, Square Roots and Powers, Real Numbers, Properties of Numbers
"ACT Prep Flashcard Workbook 7: ALGEBRA"
450 questions and answers that highlight introductory algebra definitions, problems, and concepts. Topics: Algebraic Concepts, Sets, Variables, Exponents, Properties of Numbers, Simple Equations, Signed Numbers, Monomials, Polynomials, Additive and Multiplicative Inverse, Word Problems, Prime Numbers, Factoring, Algebraic Fractions, Ratio and Proportion, Variation, Radicals, Quadratic Equations
"ACT Prep Flashcard Workbook 8: GEOMETRY"
450 questions and answers that focus on essential geometry theorems, postulates, concepts, and definitions. Illustrated with complementary diagrams. Topics: Lines and Angles, Triangles, Proofs, Perpendicular Lines, Parallel Lines, Angle Sums, Quadrilaterals, Medians, Altitudes and Bisectors, Circles, Ratio and Proportion, Similar Polygons, Coordinate Geometry
"ACT Prep Flashcard Workbook 9: ALGEBRA 2-TRIGONOMETRY"
500 questions and answers that focus on essential advanced algebra and trigonometry concepts. (ILLUSTRATED) Topics: Linear Equations, Quadratics, Conic Sections, Logarithms, Trig. Functions, Sequence and Series
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I went through the entire series one by one in order. I feel better prepared to retake the test... the first time I didn't do well enough.
The best collection of word roots I have found.
Good ACT prep. Comprehensive. To the point.