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Section 1: Getting Started  

Lecture 1  04:49  
This introduction will show you how this guided practice test works and provide some information about the ACT Math Test.  
Lecture 2 
The Problem File

00:22  
Section 2: Warming up: The First 20 Problems  
Lecture 3  04:19  
This Section includes the first 20 of the 60 problems covered on this practice test. The problems are arranged from easiest to hardest, just like you'll find on the ACT Math Test. You'll notice that most of the first 20 problems will be on PreAlgebra or Algebra topics, with just a few on Plane Geometry and Coordinate Geometry. The Trigonometry problems tend to show up near the end of the test, since those problems are missed more often. 

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Problem 2 of 60  
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Problem 3 of 60  
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Problem 4 of 60  
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Problem 5 of 60  
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Problem 6 of 60  
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Problem 7 of 60  
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Problem 8 of 60  
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Problem 9 of 60  
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Problem 10 of 60  
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Problem 11 of 60  
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Problem 12 of 60  
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Problem 13 of 60  
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Problem 14 of 60  
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Problem 15 of 60  
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Problem 16 of 60  
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Problem 17 of 60  
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Problem 18 of 60  
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Problem 19 of 60  
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Problem 20 of 60  
Section 3: Power Through the Middle: Problems 2140  
Lecture 23  05:31  
Problems 2140 on this practice test are typical of the middle third of the ACT Math Test. You'll find these problems to be more challenging than the first 20 problems. Try to continue to work the problems in one minute or less. 

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Problem 22 of 60  
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Problem 23 of 60  
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Problem 24 of 60  
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Problem 25 of 60  
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Problem 26 of 60  
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Problem 27 of 60  
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Problem 28 of 60  
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Problem 29 of 60  
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Problem 30 of 60  
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Problem 31 of 60  
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Problem 32 of 60  
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Problem 33 of 60  
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Problem 34 of 60  
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Problem 35 of 60  
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Problem 36 of 60  
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Problem 37 of 60  
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Problem 38 of 60  
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Problem 39 of 60  
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Problem 40 of 60  
Section 4: The Final Stretch: Problems 4160  
Lecture 43  06:12  
Problems 4160 are typical of the final third of the ACT Math Test. You'll find these problems to be more challenging than earlier problems, with some taking you more than one minute to work. I suggest that you continue to work with the timer, pausing the video after the minute expires if you need more time. With this strategy you'll continue to build your awareness of the amount of time used on each problem. 

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Problem 42 of 60  
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Problem 43 of 60  
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Problem 44 of 60  
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Problem 45 of 60  
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Problem 46 of 60  
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Problem 47 of 60  
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Problem 48 of 60  
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Problem 49 of 60  
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Problem 50 of 60  
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Problem 51 of 60  
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Problem 52 of 60  
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Problem 53 of 60  
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Problem 54 of 60  
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Problem 55 of 60  
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Problem 56 of 60  
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Problem 57 of 60  
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Problem 58 of 60  
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Problem 59 of 60  
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Problem 60 of 60  
Section 5: Critical Next Step  
Lecture 63  02:35  
Next step: be sure to work a timed practice test! Watch this lecture for some final tips. 
Nancy Hubing is an awardwinning mathematics and engineering instructor with 20 years teaching experience at two universities and one high school. She is the creator of MathOnTime, a website devoted to helping students prepare for the Math Section of the ACT.