Ace the Math & Science sections of the ACT with help from The Princeton Review. This eBook edition has been specially formatted for on-screen viewing with cross-linked questions, answers, and explanations. Are difficulties with geometry or algebraic problem-solving dragging your ACT score down? If so, this is the workbook for you. Designed for students specifically looking to sharpen their quantitative skills, this 3rd edition of The Princeton Review's Math & Science Workout for the ACT provides the review and practice needed for subject mastery. Techniques That Actually Work. • Tried-and-true tactics to help you avoid traps and beat the Math and Science sections of the exam • Tips for pacing yourself and guessing logically • Essential strategies to help you work smarter, not harder Everything You Need to Know to Help Achieve a High Score. • Expert review of core Math and Science reasoning concepts • Up-to-date information on the ACT • Guidance on how to plan an effective order of attack on test day Practice Your Way to Excellence. • 3 full-length practice ACT sections (2 for Math, 1 for Science) with detailed answer explanations • Drills and practice questions throughout each chapter • Step-by-step walk-throughs of key Math and Science problems
Math and Science Workout for the ACT, 3rd Edition, helps students master the content and strategies needed to ace the Math and Science portions of the ACT with practice questions based on real exams, targeted advice from expert instructors, numerous drills for each section, and detailed explanations for every drill question.
Presents subject reviews and practice questions with answer explanations for the math and science sections of the ACT exam and the math section of the SAT exam, includes tips on strategies to maximize performance.
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YOU NEED A STELLAR ACT SCORE TO PLAY IN THE BIG LEAGUES OF COLLEGE ADMISSIONS. Designed specifically for those who have already mastered the basics of the ACT, The Princeton Review’s ACT Elite 36, 2nd Edition, can help you gain total confidence in your test-taking skills and progress to the highest levels of scoring success. Inside are exclusive tips and strategies for tackling the hardest questions on the ACT. You’ll also find pacing guidelines for test day and challenging practice materials to help get you into top test-taking shape. Features include: Techniques That Actually Work. · Effective strategies to help you beat the test and hit your top score · Specialized tactics to avoid the trick questions that trap most students · Alternative approaches to enable you to handle the toughest questions with confidence Practice That Gets You to Perfection. · Drills and tests with 400+ intensive practice problems (both in the book and online) · Detailed answers and explanations to help you gain total content mastery · Thorough review of all ACT sections: English, Math, Reading, and Science, including helpful instruction for the revised and optional Writing section This eBook edition has been specially formatted for on-screen viewing with cross-linked questions, answers, and explanations.
A comprehensive tool to help boost your score on the Math and Science portions of the ACT If you’re one of the more than 1.8 million high school students who take the ACT every year and want to boost your Math and Science score, than this is the ideal study resource for you! McGraw-Hill Education’s Conquering ACT Math and Science is the most complete, in-depth review guide available for all of the math and science topics tested on the ACT. The author, an expert ACT instructor, is founder and president of Advantage Education, Inc.—one of America’s most respected providers of school-based test-prep classes. He has prepared thousands of students over the course of 20+ years resulting in strategies that work and are field tested. Score-raising features include: • 4 practice ACT math tests • 2 practice ACT science tests • A diagnostic test for each section to help you assess your strengths and weaknesses • Hundreds of sample questions just like those on the real test with worked-out solutions to every question • Specific arithmetic, algebra, and geometry problem-solving skills carefully explained and demonstrated with numerous examples • Test-smart strategies for answering every math and science question type • Full coverage of ACT multiple-choice and constructed-response math problems. • Valuable tips for using your calculator • Hundreds of questions for test-takers who want to maximize their score on the math and science section • Companion Online Practice Plus website offers additional ACT practice and test information
Science and technology are responsible for almost every advance in our modern quality of life. Yet science isn't just about laboratories, telescopes and particle accelerators. Public policy exerts a huge impact on how the scientific community conducts its work. Beyond Sputnik is a comprehensive survey of the field for use as an introductory textbook in courses and a reference guide for legislators, scientists, journalists, and advocates seeking to understand the science policy-making process. Detailed case studies---on topics from cloning and stem cell research to homeland security and science education---offer readers the opportunity to study real instances of policymaking at work. Authors and experts Homer A. Neal, Tobin L. Smith, and Jennifer B. McCormick propose practical ways to implement sound public policy in science and technology and highlight how these policies will guide the results of scientific discovery for years to come. Homer A. Neal is the Samuel A. Goudsmit Distinguished University Professor of Physics, Interim President Emeritus, and Vice President for Research Emeritus at the University of Michigan, and is a former member of the U.S. National Science Board. Tobin L. Smith is Associate Vice President for Federal Relations at the Association of American Universities. He was formerly Assistant Director of the University of Michigan and MIT Washington, DC, offices. Jennifer B. McCormick is an Assistant Professor of Biomedical Ethics in the Division of General Internal Medicine at the Mayo College of Medicine in Rochester, Minnesota, and is the Associate Director of the Research Ethics Resource, part of the Mayo Clinic's NIH Clinical Translational Science Award research programs. GO BEYOND SPUTNIK ONLINE--Visit www.science-policy.net for the latest news, teaching resources, learning guides, and internship opportunities in the 21st-Century field of science policy. "Beyond Sputnik is a readable, concise, yet remarkably comprehensive introduction to contemporary science policy. It is devoid of 'wonkishness' yet serves the needs of policymakers and students alike. Because science and technology policy is of central importance in the twenty-first century this accessible volume is a godsend." ---Charles M. Vest, President of the National Academy of Engineering and Vice Chair of the National Research Council of the National Academies of Sciences and Engineering "This highly researched book is a treasure trove for anyone concerned with science policy relating to such challenges as providing energy, preserving the environment, assuring healthcare, creating jobs, and more." ---Norman Augustine, retired Chairman and CEO of Lockheed Martin Corporation and recipient of the 2008 Vannevar Bush Award from the National Science Board "Science policy is a subject of growing importance in the United States, yet there has long been a vacuum among textbooks in the field. Beyond Sputnik fills it splendidly and will be greeted with enthusiasm by students and faculty alike. Even those who have practiced the art for years will learn from it." ---Albert Teich, Director of Science and Policy Programs at the American Association for the Advancement of Science "Homer A. Neal, Tobin L. Smith, and Jennifer B. McCormick have written a landmark work calling for a national effort to restore our nation's power in the fields of science, energy, and education, as we did in the remarkable year following Sputnik. The next preident should read Beyond Sputnik and accept this call to action as did President Eisenhower." ---Ambassador David M. Abshire, President of the Center for the Study of the Presidency, Cofounder and Vice Chairman of the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and President of the Richard Lounsbery Foundation "At last we have a text that tells the story from where A. Hunter Dupree left off; an excellent core text for courses in science and technology policy, DC policymakers, and anyone who need
AFQT Prep from the Name You Trust The AFQT covers the most important sections of the ASVAB, which you must pass in order to enlist in the military and to qualify for many military jobs. This book gives you everything you need to know to succeed on these essential AFQT subtests. Score-Raising Features Include: • 8 full-length sample AFQT subtests: 2 Arithmetic Reasoning, 2 Word Knowledge, 2 Paragraph Comprehension, and 2 Mathematics Knowledge • Answer keys with thorough explanations for every question • In-depth review of AFQT math and verbal topics • Activities and drills to sharpen your math and verbal skills • Strategies from an actual AFQT expert for answering every question type • Inside tips for scoring high on the test • Information on how to register for the test • The latest information on careers available in today’s military • Valuable overview on how your test scores are used for enlistment • Special section on finding a military occupation that matches your interests