STRESS-FREE ACT is a user-friendly, simplified beginner's guide to the ACT. As an ACT "first look," it provides essential information and step-by-step instruction through the ACT test fundamentals--perfect for students and parents intimidated by our larger flagship ACT book.
For students just starting to think about the ACT, bulky, minutae-clogged test prep guides can be overwhelming. That's why The Princeton Review created STRESS-FREE ACT, a user-friendly, introductory beginner's guide to this important test.
An 8-step plan walks readers painlessly through the major touchpoints of their ACT journey, from figuring out what score you need to be aiming for, to how to achieve it (how to achieve that score based on strengths/weaknesses), to executing your strategy (including content instruction and specific strategies). The book includes a half-length sample ACT exam to help students gauge their testing readiness baseline, plus sample questions in the content/strategy mini lessons to help solidify understanding.
With a smaller trim size than our flagship ACT PREP, a tighter page count, and a lower price point, this book is the perfect low commitment entry point for parents and students just starting to dip their toes into the ACT waters!