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ACT Math 21 Concepts to Boost Your Score. We go over formulas, sample problems, and more to help you boost your score on the math section of the ACT in this video.

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ACT Math 21 Concepts To Boost Your Score

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Super helpful thank you so much! I appreciate the depth you go into each of these concepts, a great refresher of things I haven’t touched on in several years!

This is really good. Taking mine in a few months. I’m trying for a composite 34-35 😋. Good thing your channel is here. Been working on my writing section and reading. I just need to practice science and math. Thank you for this!!

Thank you so much Mr. Mario!! this will tremendously help me!!! thank you!!

Wow you are a welcomed relief from the crazy Kaplan Arthur.

Taking the Act september 9! I really like these concepts because most of them look harder than they are! Really like this video.

Hopefully this will help me on my upcoming test!

anyone else trying to watch a 50 minute video 20 minutes before the test begins?

for the probability question, it should be number 0-9 not 1-10.

Hello! For #3 (probability), wouldn’t it be digits 1-9, not 1-10? If you are trying to obtain a 4 digit number, you would need each digit to be singular, so wouldn’t 10 be out? Just wondering.

dude i would have loved to have had you as a teacher in high school

ACT tomorrow. Thanks Mario, I appreciate it.

Sadly I was doing this math in 8th grade and acing it. Not even trying 🙁

I’m starting college late by 4 years, great refresher, thanks!