About the ACT
The ACT is an entrance exam used by most colleges and universities in the United States to make admissions decisions. The ACT measures a student's readiness for college while also providing personalized information about their strengths for education and career planning. Student's typically take the ACT during the spring of their junior year or fall of their senior year.
The ACT consists of four sections - English, Math, Reading, and Science - plus an optional writing test. With the exception of the writing section, the test is entirely multiple choice. The ACT is scored on a 1 to 36 point scale, taking the average of the four section scores.
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