Shmoop Debuts ACT Prep Suite
Digital education publisher Shmoop has launched a suite of products designed to help students prepare for the ACT exams.
"Students have their choice between a test prep guide and a crash course, both of which include in-depth review, hundreds of drills with accompanying answer explanations and videos and multiple full-length practice exams," according to a news release. "Not one to leave teachers in the dust, Shmoop also provides a corresponding teacher guide that organizes the prep into 4- or 14-week sessions."
The test prep guide features five full length practice exams, more than 1,000 practice questions, a diagnostic exam, strategies specific to the ACT and statistics and reports. The crash course offers an outline to guide students through the different sections of the ACT exam, strategies for each section, hundreds of practice questions with videos explaining the question, video reviews of major concepts and sample problems, two practice exams and a virtual classroom interface.
The test prep guide and crash course are both available, along with Shmoop's entire catalog, for a monthly subscription.
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