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ACT Prep ;

Prepare for the ACT

The ACT science test covers? biology, chemistry, earth sciences, and physics.
Figure Interpretation Questions are? These questions, you'll almost certainly be going back to the graphs. (Know the headings)
Patterns Questions are? These are usually medium difficulty. you have to look beyond the data that is presented in the figures to see what patterns are in the data.
Scientific Interpretation Question are? These questions are usually among the hardest. They are based on what is in the text versus what is in the figures.
When referring to the passage you shouldn't? Mix up units when taking information from graphs,tables, and summaries.
When answering questions in your own word don't? Rely on your own knowledge. use information from the passage.
Many of the science questions are reversal questions you should always look for? Words like NOT and EXECPT in the questions.
When the answer choices are given in many different orders of magnitude always? Consider units, and don't forget to convert.
If you forget to convert your answer what will happen? Will not be worth a point.
Extremes Maximums and minimums either the highest or the lowest points that things reach.
How can taking note of maximums and minimums help you spot patterns in the data? They can sometime indicate a cause or an effect.
If you don't have much experience with graphs you should? Practice! Make sure your able to read them.
What should you ask yourself when dealing with figures? what does the figure show?
To help with graphs you should? Learn how to recognize patterns in data.
How can you practice reading tables and graphs? Practice on science tests
How do you score points? By answering them correctly.
When working with relationships you should? Be able to recognize within the figure the patterns.
To find out how critical points? Can help you evaluate data.
Dealing with science.. Don't rely on your own knowledge.
How do tables and graph relate? They can show the same information.
Created by: shyshy913
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