ACT Practice Test
The American College Testing or ACT is a standardized test which reflects what students have learned in high school and provides colleges and universities with information to help them make admissions decisions. It contains four multiple-choice tests—English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science. It also has an optional writing test. The ACT has a much larger focus on geometry and other concepts such as matrices, graphs of trig functions, and logarithms. The Math section has a diagram of math formulas, mostly pertaining to geometry which means you do not have to memorize the different formulas prior to taking the test.
Taking the ACT practice test and SAT practice test, preferably during the spring of your senior year, will give you more advantage by reviewing and mastering the skills you need to perform well on these tests.