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Science Reasoning Section
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The science reasoning part of the ACT does not test your knowledge of science facts. Instead, it tests your ability to apply scientific methods of data representation, data analysis, and scientific reasoning.

The subject matter is taken from typical introductory high school level science courses on chemistry, physics, biology and earth/space sciences. You might not be familiar with the specific experiments and ideas covered, but that's ok. The key is to understand the interpretation of scientific data,  the design of scientific experiments and how to evaluate conflicting scientific viewpoints on a particular topic.

We can help you out on each type of question through our free online tutorial.
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