About ACT

The ACT is a standardized test for college admissions in America and other countries. The test has four components such as Writing, Reading, Math and Science section. Reading and Writing represent the core part of English scored separately for 1-36. Similarly, Math and Science sections are score independently for the score range of 1-36. The overall score range of the test is 1-36.

Who takes the test

ACT is administered by ACT Inc since 1959. Any student enrolled in a senior school can the take ACT test. ACT assess students’ literacy in general reading, language abilities, mathematical intuition, and scientific reading skills. ACT score is broadly accepted for college admissions purpose in most of the finest college in the world including Ivy leagues, engineering schools in the United States.

What is a good score in ACT Test?

A score of 27 above is generally considered as a good score for securing admissions in colleges. However, top universities like Harvard and Stanford might ask above 34 in the ACT.

When should I take ACT test?

ACT.Inc offers nearly seven attempts on ACT test in a year. The test taker should have a valid passport and copies of school enrolment certificate to appear in the test.

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