The ACT is now also universally accepted by American universities for undergraduate admissions, and represents a similar but slightly different challenge than the SAT.  In addition to English, Math, and Reading sections, the tests also includes a Science section and an Optional Writing Prompt, to which students react variably. We recommend that a student practice both tests, so that he or she can take and submit the score that most benefits them.  Although the complex questions on the ACT present unique and sometimes unforeseen challenges, with practice and guidance it is possible to master techniques necessary to make significant score improvements.