You Could Win a Copy of Magoosh's Awesome New ACT Prep Book!
Prepping for the ACT? Or planning on prepping for the ACT in the next few years? Great news! Magoosh is thrilled to announce that we're giving away 20 copies of our awesome book, ACT Prep by Magoosh—and you can enter to win one right here!
Not only will you get the best advice Magoosh has to offer on how to ace the ACT, but you'll also get an in-depth look at how each section works and the knowledge you need to get a top score. There are over 300 practice questions with clear and helpful explanations, strategies for the English, Math, Reading, Science, and Writing sections of the test, and a full-length practice test.
And you'll find even more in ACT Prep by Magoosh! The book also gives you a detailed study schedule to make sure you learn everything you need to know before test day. And if that sounds overwhelming, don't worry: Magoosh's experts never get boring or textbook-y. They know your time is valuable, and they want to help you make the most of it! (And as an added bonus, there are lots of fun activities to give your brain a break.)
Taking the ACT next week? ACT Prep by Magoosh helps you zero in on what to review, and then helps you review it. Taking the ACT in six months? ACT Prep by Magoosh provides you with a solid foundation in every single area the exam tests. No matter what stage of your ACT preparation you're currently in, this is the book for you!
Everything you need to start your ACT prep off on the right foot is in ACT Prep by Magoosh. So what are you waiting for? Click here for a chance to win! It literally couldn't be easier: you only need to input your email address and your name, and you'll be entered to win a free book! Twenty lucky students will end up with this fact-packed, quick-start guide to getting the scores they want—and you could be one of them!
Make sure to enter the giveaway by October 20th!
Rachel Kapelke-Dale blogs about test prep and admissions for Magoosh. She has a BA from Brown University, and did her own graduate work at the Université de Paris VII (Master Recherche) and University College London (PhD). She has taught and written about test preparation and admissions practices for over a decade.