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## Intro to ACT Math

Summary

The ACT Mathematics Test is a critical component of the ACT exam, designed to assess a student's mastery of high school mathematics through a series of 60 multiple-choice questions over 60 minutes.

- The ACT Math Test comprises standard five-choice multiple-choice questions, familiar to those experienced with standardized tests.
- It aims to evaluate the math learned in high school, excluding calculus, but including a variety of topics typically covered in the first three years.
- The test emphasizes logical and mathematical thinking over rote memorization.
- General math strategies discussed will aid in developing the necessary skills for tackling the test.
- Subsequent modules will cover all necessary content, from basic to advanced, to prepare students thoroughly.

Chapters

00:01

Introduction to ACT Math

00:28

Content Coverage and Test Design

01:01

Emphasis on Logical and Mathematical Thinking

01:20

General Math Strategies