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    Question Need some help!!

    My daughter is in her junior year in high school and thats the year where most students take their ACT's. I'm not sure how i should help my daughter take her ACT's. Any advice??

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    Hi there! My oldest son is not at that age yet, but he's getting there. I have been reading about the SAT/ACT over on Let's Homeschool High School. Here is a link to some of their resources and articles. Great stuff.

    SAT/ACT Prep | LetsHomeschoolHighschool.com

    Good luck!
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    Hi. My daughter is a 10th grader who will also be taking the ACT later this school year. There are a lot of different ACT study guides you can get to help her. Your public library should have some to borrow. Also I recommend going to actstudent.org for more information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zacjay View Post
    Hi. My daughter is a 10th grader who will also be taking the ACT later this school year. There are a lot of different ACT study guides you can get to help her. Your public library should have some to borrow. Also I recommend going to actstudent.org for more information.
    Great info! Thanks for sharing!
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