Shmoop Expands ACT Prep Resources
Shmoop has beefed up its test preparation resources for the ACT exam in response to increased use of the test for college entrance and even high school graduation requirements.
The lineup now includes two diagnostic exams to find areas in need of work, topic reviews to brush up on those areas, almost 1,000 drill questions with answer explanations and more than 450 videos, all to prepare for six full-length practice exams.
"Shmoop isn't one to leave educators in the dust, so teachers will see some major perks, too," according to a news release. "They can assign drills or practice exams to their students for homework, and the results will be automatically sent to Shmoop's online gradebook, where teachers can monitor at the individual and class-wide level. They can also assign Math Shack drills, which is the best way to make sure students are on track for the dreaded math section."
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