In a test like the ACT, time is everything. Getting a really good score depends on not wasting any time on easy questions. This will give you very valuable extra time on the really tough questions.
So if you can solve a question in literally five seconds, this will go a long way to improve your score. Luckily, there are questions like these!
Question 25 here is a typical example. The question only checks you on one very basic punctuation rule: dash always goes with dash.
The inserted phrase starts with a dash, so it needs to finish with a dash. If you know this, it will take you absolutely no time to pick the right option, and you will bank very valuable time for some tricky rhetoric question ahead.
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