Victory for the ACT® Test and Essential Skills: 13th Edition

Victory for the ACT® Test and Essential Skills: 13th Edition



  • Victory for the ACT® Test, 13th Ed. Student Text
  • 1 Essential Skills, 13th Ed. Student Text

UPDATED EDITION!  This jam-packed two-volume classroom student text reviews content, test-taking strategies, and practice exercises in all four subject areas tested on the ACT® test, plus the optional writing section.   Powerful test taking strategies, tips, and time management techniques are included.   Detailed explanations of practice materials, quizzes, and all four full-length practice tests are provided.

Essential Skills includes basic skills review and practice exercises at three levels for targeted review.  Victory for the ACT® Test includes test strategies, practice questions for each ACT® test section, upper quartile questions, and four full-length practice tests with explained answers.  Student textbooks are bundled as a single set.

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