ACT Math Prep 2021

Solve all the 60 ACT math questions under 60 minutes!
Free tutorial
Rating: 4.7 out of 5 (7 ratings)
615 students
1hr 28min of on-demand video
English [Auto]

American College Testing


  • K-12 math


Welcome to ACT 2021 Practice test!

ACT is stand for American College Testing. It is a standard test used for college admission. Over one million students take this test each year. Getting a good score in this test is essential for college admission. In this FREE course I am showing how you can solve all the 60 math questions in the ACT test. I will solve each question and explain the answer wherever needed. Please leave your comment/question and I will answer your questions ASAP.

In the ACT test you only have 60 minutes to answer all the math questions, however, this course is 1 hour and half and that's because I pause on each question to explain the solution. You can access the question on the ACT website.

ACT math questions consist of following subjects:

  • Pre-Algebra (20-25%)

  • Elementary Algebra (15-20%)

  • Intermediate Algebra (15-20%)

  • Coordinate Geometry (15-20%)

  • Plane Geometry (20-25%)

  • Trigonometry (5-10%)

I recommend this course to those who want to take the ACT test or just want to test their math knowledge. I recommend you go through the questions under 60 minutes, then come here and see how I solve the questions.

Also please check out my other courses on udemy.

So wait no more and enroll in this FREE course. Let's get started!

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Who this course is for:

  • Students who are taking ACT test to enter college


Mohammad Reza Kazemian
  • 4.7 Instructor Rating
  • 7 Reviews
  • 623 Students
  • 1 Course

I am a biomedical engineer with a M.Sc. degree from University of Manitoba. I have been working for over 3 and a half years biomaterials and nanomedicine. I have experience teaching many high school and undergrad students from different backgrounds and skill levels.

Since my childhood I have always been curious about the world around me, how things work, how stars and plants work to how our body and cells work. I remember that I had several books describing stars, planets, galaxies, animals, cells, biology, etc. That is why I am interested in math, physics and chemistry. Later on I pursued my education in biomedical engineering and right now working in the nanomedicine field with more biology and chemistry involved than math and physics. However, I never lost my interest for physics and math and found myself explaining the math much better and other subjects.

Math in particular is not tangible and that is what makes it difficult for students, I enjoy explaining complex subjects in a language that is easy for students to understand, it is like a challenge to me. Without math, we could not have achieved many technological advances that we have today. Although math is not tangible, we can feel the indirect effect of it in our life. We may one day predict human behaviour with math! Who knows!

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