Best Free ACT Math Practice Problems


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The video of ACT math practice questions discusses several types of math problems that you will encounter while taking the ACT. These include multiplication word problems and geometry, along with solving problems using equations you must memorize for the ACT exam. The ACT math practice test helps prepare you for the ACT by thoroughly explaining the process of solving each practice question. By thoroughly explaining each solution, you can refresh your memory in areas you have not studied lately, but it also provides a way for you to learn new material. This practice test will help you get a better picture of what to expect during the math portion of the ACT exam.
Best Free ACT Math Practice Problems

26 Replies to “Best Free ACT Math Practice Problems”

  1. You’re seriously amazing. Each question was explained thoroughly and made possible to understand. I cannot explain to you how grateful I am to have found this video.

  2. Great info, but I think we all use calculators and even though its great to understand how to do long math and division…its SOOOOO boring and she spends more time explaining that then the original problem.

  3. In question 3 you ended the problem by doing 252/60 but then you got 4hrs and 12min showing your work but when you do 252/60 with a calculator the answer is 4.2 so doesn’t that mean the answer is D not B?

  4. Thank you, it was very in-depth indeed and I am sure I will get a better score on the ACT tomorrow xD Its 8 and a half hours away!!

  5. no trig problems at all?! wasted a lot of time hand-calculating.
    The last problem…I don’t think there is anything THAT elementary on ACT. Don’t think so!

  6. I’m taking the ACT in 7th grade and this helped me a lot to see what I needed to study/focus on! Thank you 😊!

  7. Thanks so much you really went into detail with all of the problems and ive seen most of these problems on the ACT that i kind of got stuck on 🙂 I’m going to look at the Flash Cards you posted my test is on the 10th wish me luck

  8. For question 4, a quicker way to solve it is to ask the question: What times 10 equals 210?

    The answer is 21.

    From there, ask the question: What is 12 times 21?

    The answer is 252. 252 = 4 hours 12 minutes.

  9. can someone explain to me why she multiplied 12*1.5*1.5 in 51:20 in order to find the pay in overtime? i understand the 12 = the pay per hour, 1.5 = 9.5-8.0, but what does the other 1.5 represent?

  10. Question 11: She assumed the opposite distance of the rectangle is 150. Why she didn’t assume the opposite semi circle is 30? 30 + 30 = 60 x Pi = 180? I am lost in that spot.

  11. I really sat and watched the whole video and even paused the video a few times to work out the problems. I feel accomplished and determined to pass this test lol

  12. This is simply amazing god bless you guys fir taking the time out of your day and doing this I needed this!!!!

  13. The amount of detail included is for someone who does not know anything beyond basic math, which makes it a GREAT refresher course for those of us who have been away from algebra for a while. I have forgotten half the formulas needed for this subject and having them explained step by step (if a bit lengthy) was just what I needed.

  14. on question 4, i get getting 252 divided by 60 equals 4.2. Isn’t that 4 hours and 20 minutes? or am i doing something wrong?

  15. Thank you so very much for the step by step instructions. Once you learn how to do the steps you can you practice with a timer so that you can speed up and cut corners. This video is great.

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