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Ch 5: ASSET Reading Skills Test: Fiction

About This Chapter

Make preparing for the ASSET Reading Skills test simple by watching engaging video lessons. You can gain greater insight into fiction then test what you're learned with short quizzes.

ASSET Reading Skills Test: Fiction - Chapter Summary

This chapter offers the in-depth look at fiction you need to answer related questions on the ASSET Reading Skills test. After reviewing the lessons, you will have the knowledge to:

  • Define and identify types of fiction
  • Explain literary forms and genres, as well as how they affect meaning
  • Describe the structure in writing and how it affects meaning
  • Share how to draw inferences in fiction

Subject matter experts provide a wealth of information on fiction to ensure you're prepared to tackle this topic on the exam. Enjoy the convenience of accessing the lessons from your laptop, smartphone or tablet.

ASSET Reading Skills Test: Fiction Chapter Objectives

ASSET is a set of seven multiple-choice tests developed by ACT to help community and technical colleges determine how best to place their students. The lessons in this chapter cover topics found on the Reading Skills test, which explores referring and reasoning and consists of 24 total questions. The test lasts about 25 minutes and consists of three prose passages of about 375 words. Each passage features a set of eight multiple-choice test items.

You can explore the lessons in this chapter to improve your chances of success on the exam. Learn more about fiction, then gauge your comprehension with self-assessment quizzes. Any questions you have about lesson topics can be submitted to experts who are eager to assist.

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