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ACT 36 – A Practical Guide to Scoring a 36 on the ACT 2013 Edition - Part One

Dr. David Kronmiller

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Dedicated to my devoted wife, Becky Votaw Kronmiller and in the memory of Henry Joseph Kronmiller Sr.


Dr. Kronmiller has greatly enjoyed tutoring high school students in preparation for the college entrance exams. It has brought him great joy to see academically motivated students discover the beauty of English, Mathematics and Science. This work is the culmination of fifteen years of teaching and preparing students for the college entrance exams and building strong skill sets in college bound students. It is accompanied by a workbook published under separate cover. Chapter Six – The Math Section is designed to prepare the student for both the ACT Math Exam and the SAT Subject Exam Math Level II. This is not a quick and dirty guide to the ACT. A student who finishes this study guide will be well prepared for the ACT, SAT Subject Exam Math Level II and freshman college level work.

After a brief introduction to controlling timing and completing each section within the time specified; Dr. Kronmiller spends the rest of the time building the student’s basic academic skill set. A skill set is not just an assemblage of facts but the knowledge of how these facts were discovered and how they are used to solve problems of varying complexity. He scatters a few historical, sometimes amusing antidotes to illustrate everything from English Grammar to the basic Mathematics that lead to differential calculus. While some of this is beyond the scope of the ACT, he believes that the development from basic algebra provides excellent preparation. If you can conquer this book, you will not only score a great ACT score but will provide yourself an excellent review and preparation college courses.

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