I'm wondering if the Red Book (Real Act Prep Guide) merely contains the same tests found on ACT.org, or if they are completely different. If so, are the ones in the Red Book better?

I'm referring to the five tests provided on the ACT website.

asked 04 May '16, 14:00

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The tests in the Red Book are completely different from the tests available online. I looked through each section of the practice tests in the Red Book and compared them to the tests online (including essay questions), and none were identical. That means you have ten full practice tests you can use to prepare! There are no major differences in quality because both the tests in the Red Book and the tests available online come directly from the ACT.

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answered 11 May '16, 11:13

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