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ACT Math

Take our Mini ACT Digital Practice Test to get a feel for what the questions are like, understand where your strengths lie, and where you may need to improve!

More information about the test

Taking the ACT Math section is an essential part of the ACT exam that can play a significant role in your college admissions process. The ACT Math section assesses a student's mathematical knowledge and reasoning abilities. It includes questions on algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and other math topics that students typically learn in high school.

By taking the ACT Math test, you can demonstrate your quantitative skills and problem-solving abilities, which are highly valued by many colleges and universities. A high score on the ACT Math section can also help you qualify for scholarships, grants, and other financial aid programs. Furthermore, it can give you a competitive edge in college admissions, especially for majors and programs that require strong math skills.

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FAQs

What kind of math is on the ACT?

The ACT Math Test usually breaks down into 6 question types: pre-algebra, elementary algebra, and intermediate algebra questions; plane geometry and coordinate geometry questions; and some trigonometry questions.

How many math questions are on the ACT?

An actual ACT Mathematics Test contains 60 questions to be answered in 60 minutes.

What is a good ACT Math score?

A score of 24 or above out of 36 is generally considered good on the ACT Math section. This means, you need to get at least 40 questions correct out of the 60.

How can I improve my ACT Math score?

Here are some tips to ace the ACT Math section:

  • Do several practice tests to understand the exam better.
  • Complete the problems that you are sure of before moving on to the ones that you don’t know in order to save time.
  • For word problems, tackle them in pieces and solve them as you go along.
  • Guess when you have no other option.