So, whatISthe ACT?
The ACT is a national college admissions examination that consists of subject areas tests in English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science. You may also choose to take the ACT plus Writing, which will include a 30-minute writing test. You will have 3 hours and 30 minutes to complete the entire test with one short break. The test is administered six times a year.
To register to take the ACT you must first create an account on the ACT website. This website also has frequently asked questions, test dates and deadlines, and resources for ACT test prep among other things.
The 2018-2019 national test dates are as follows
- September 8th (registration deadline August 10th)
- October 27th (registration deadline September 28th)
- December 8th (registration deadline Nov. 11th)
- April 13th (registration deadline March 8th)
- June 8th (registration deadline May 3rd)
- July 13th (registration deadline is June 14th)
You can take the ACT at any point in your high school career, but it is recommended that you take the test before the start of your senior year or at the very least, the first semester of your senior year. Taking the ACT is a necessary step in applying to colleges and tech schools. You can take the ACT as many times as you want/need to.
You can visit the ACT website by clicking on this link:http://www.actstudent.org/start
Test Dates for the 2018/2019-school year are as follows—
- October 6th (registration deadline is September 7th)
- November 3rd (registration deadline is October 5th)
- December 1st (registration deadline is November 2nd)
- March 9th (registration deadline is February 8th)
- May 4th (registration deadline is April 5th)
- June 1st (registration deadline is May 3rd)
You can visit the SAT Website by clicking on this link: http://sat.org/register