More than half of the twelve Florida public universities now accept the Common Application!
The ACT and SAT are now each offered 7 times a year, creeping the farthest they ever have into precious school-free summertime.
If you’re actively preparing for and taking the ACT and/or SAT, you’re going to want to print these handy charts right now and post them up on the refrigerator.
The ability to dissect the ACT Science passages – which include graphs, charts, diagrams, written summaries of research, experimental set-ups, and competing explanations for scientific phenomena –… Read more “ACT Science: Looking for a 36? Read the Passages Carefully”
The University of North Florida pleasantly surprised me. Based on test scores and grades, admission to UNF is not as competitive as it is at the more common choices – UF,… Read more “University of North Florida: The feel of a nature preserve minutes from downtown Jacksonville and beaches”
Being able to identify subjects and verbs, as well as how they work together to form an independent clause (or not) is an essential skill that leads… Read more “ACT English: SPOT THE SUBJECTS AND VERBS in context”
Reading on your own is an excellent way to prepare for the ACT exam – it isn’t necessary for your only method of preparation to be reading short,… Read more “Suggested Books for ACT Reading Test”
Nestled among the tall oak trees and beautiful azalea blooms is Florida’s oldest university, Stetson. A true ‘old Florida’ charmer, Stetson is located just north of (across… Read more “Stetson University: A Niche for Every Student”
In order to apply the concepts in the lesson on verbs, complete the following exercises and review the in-depth explanations that follow. When ready, move ahead to… Read more “ACT English Test – Practice Set #1 on Verbs”
Roadmap to ACT English Test: Usage/Mechanics Scores Topics Lesson Test 1 Practice 1 Test 2 Practice 2 Test 3 Practice 3 Test 4 Practice 4 Test… Read more “Roadmap to the ACT English Test: Usage/Mechanics”
Verbs are central to the ACT English Test. You might think you already know what a verb is. “Verbs are the thing doing the action,” you say… Read more “Verbs as the building block to the ACT English Test – Lesson 1”