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ACT Prep

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Brittani Leonhardt

on 7 June 2013

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ACT Prep There are 5 sections of the ACT. My top 2 Career Pathway choices were Arts and Communication & Human Services. Career Pathway 2 goals to achieve by graduation
Be accepted to a college
Keep a grade point average 3.8 or above. Goals Financial Aid ACT Description By: Britttani Leonhardt Math The math portion is 60 questions & 60 minutes long. The test includes questions in Pre-Algebra, Elementary Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, Coordinate Geometry, Plane Geometry & Trigonometry. Science The Science portion is 40 questions & 35 minutes long. The test includes interpretation, analysis, evaluation, reasoning, and problem solving. Reading The reading portion is 40 questions & 35 minutes long. The test contains passages about social studies, natural sciences, prose fiction, and humanities. Writing The writing portion is 30 minutes long. Time is used to write a persuasive essay. English The English portion is 75 questions & 45 minutes long. The test contains usage/mechanics
grammar and usage
sentence structure
Also, Rhetoric skills
stlye Occupations in this path are related to humanities and performing, visual, literary and media arts. These include architecture; graphic, interior, and fashion design; writing; film; fine arts; journalism; languages; media; advertising; and public relations. Are you a creative thinker? Are you imaginative, innovative and original? Do you like to communicate ideas? Do you like making crafts, drawing, playing a musical instrument, taking photos or writing stories? This may be the career path for you! Arts and Communication Human Services Occupations in this path are related to economic, political and social systems. These include education, government, law and law enforcement, leisure and recreation, military, religion, child care, social services and personal services. Are you friendly, open, understanding and cooperative? Do you like to work with people to solve problems? Is it important to you to do something that makes things better for other people? Do you like to help friends with family problems? Do you like reading, storytelling, traveling or tutoring young children? This could be your career path! 6 Career Choices Photographer
Event Planner
Photographic Processor Science Strategies 1. Be trendy - watch for trends or relationships in data shown on charts and graphs. 2. Think first - understand the main ideas before reading the questions. 3. Don't be scared of complex vocabulary - don't let the big words scare you. Math Strategies 1. Draw pictures - sketches can help visualize the problem. 2. Check the choices - the choices can provide clues to the problem. 3. Answer the question that they ask you - cross out irrelevant information given. Reading Strategies 1. Read for the main idea - find topic, scope, & purpose. 2. Refer back to the passage - go back to the passage to find answers. 3. Don't study the passage - don't waste all your time reading the passage. English Strategies 1. Try the answer choices - read each of the choice back into the sentence and pick the best one. 2. Simplify answer choices - if one part of the answer choice is wrong, the whole thing is wrong. 3. Take DELETE and NO CHANGE seriously - delete eliminates redundant & irrelevant statements. No Change, just because a portion is underlined doesn't mean something is wrong with it. Writing Strategies 1. Think about the prompt - take the time to formulate your opinion. 2. Be persuasive - give compelling reasons 3. Consider the other side - remember to address the other side. 2 goals to achieve for 5 years
Be graduated from a college
Have my own place to live. 2 goals to achieve 15 years from now
Be advanced in my career
Be in management. Career Planning Activities 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Math
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