By studying with an ACT English prep book, students get an overview of important concepts in English grammar and rhetoric, which can include tips on organizing, preparing, and writing an essay on the spot. English grammar and rhetoric review, skill drills, practice questions with detailed explanations of right and wrong answers, and practice ACT English exam sections are included for at-home study and hands-on prep. Students may also learn test taking skills, like evaluating what sort of information certain kinds of questions are asking for, and ensuring that the allotted time for this section of the test is used wisely.
Whereas an overall ACT prep book’s content is spread among four subject areas, limiting how much review and exam prep is devoted to each, an ACT English prep book can delve into greater detail and explanation, ensuring that students fully understand critical concepts in English. An ACT English test prep guide also provides a greater number of English-specific test prep questions for students to practice with.
For students who choose not to take a formal ACT prep class, getting a prep book for home study can be a good alternative, and in some cases, preferred, for a truly customized learning experience. Self-study lets learners work at their own pace. It’s no problem to spend an extra week working on an especially challenging principle of grammar when you’re working on your own. Studying independently allows students to completely tailor their test prep to their own needs and schedule.