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Ch 43: ACT Science Reasoning: Evaluating Models

About This Chapter

If you're planning on taking the ACT in the near future, study this chapter practice evaluating scientific models for the exam's Science Reasoning section. The chapter includes short lessons and quizzes that can help you improve the skills you'll need to demonstrate on this section of the ACT.

ACT Science Reasoning: Evaluating Models - Chapter Summary

The ACT includes a Science Reasoning section that challenges your ability to evaluate scientific models. In this chapter, you'll review short and simple lessons that go over types of scientific models and their applications. You'll also take a look at methods and strategies for making predictions, testing questions and identifying patterns in science. When you're finished with the chapter, you should be able to:

  • Discuss the uses of several scientific models
  • Explain how the scientific model can be applied to the decision-making process
  • Test questions and make predictions in science
  • Recognize and explain scientific data patterns

Be sure to take the accompanying self-assessment quizzes and chapter exam. These assessments can help you strengthen the scientific reasoning skills that are needed for this ACT section. You can also submit questions to our subject-matter experts if you need any extra help with the material.

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