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The American College Testing (ACT) is a battery of tests normally given during the junior and senior years of high school to students seeking college admission. The test consists of five objective parts:

  • English (45 minutes)
  • Mathematics (60 minutes)
  • Reading (35 minutes)
  • Science (35 minutes)
  • Writing Assessment (30 minutes-See bulletin for details)

 

More Information

  • Registration Information/Test Dates: www.act.org or contact a local high school for registration materials.
  • ID Requirements: Photo ID plus admission ticket. (See ACT web site for specific requirements) Click on ACTstudent.org, enter ID in search box, click on first entry.
  • Breaks: One ten minute break after the second test
  • Estimated length of test: Three and a half hours
  • Special Testing Accommodations: Go to www.act.org, and click on Students With Disabilities.
by schrod69 — last modified Jun 13, 2012 08:57 AM

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