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Hello, it’s Diego from Spain here and with the aim of contributing to the ed tech industry and provide tools to improve the way of studying at my company, “TestMe Inc.”, I’ve developed an app that will help you to master SAT or ACT standardized tests. Test Me! is a multiple-choice test prep app which has many other cool features like Khan Academy video search and it includes exclusive content created by leaders in the sector of tutoring. It incorporates 60 tests up to the moment but many more are going to be added shortly. It’s a free app with no ads that I’d like you to check out and in case you do it would be very kind of you (and useful for us) to leave some comments that not only might encourage other users to try our app out but will also help us to improve it. Many thanks :) Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.testMe.testMe iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/es/app/testme-inc/id1250945413?mt=8
I just took the ACT for the first time in June and I scored a twenty-two(22). I am so disappointed because I actually did study and my parents hired a tutor. I studied using Barron's, the real ACT guide, and Princeton Review. I even studied a day before the test. I constantly scored a 27-28 on the practice tests, yet I did horrible on real exam. I guess anxiety took over my ability to perform well on the test. Also, I did not have a timer and I found myself running out of time on some sections. How should I study over the summer to improve my score and what books other than I mentioned should I buy to study? I have a good gpa(3.8 unweighted as a junior) and I don't want my ACT scores to weight me down from getting into a good college.