The ACT is accepted at all four-year colleges and universities in the United States. The ACT consists of four tests: English, Math, Reading, and Science. Each test is scored on a scale from 1-36. The four scores are evenly averaged to produce a Composite score from 1-36.
New since September 2015 is an optional 40 minute essay at the end of the ACT, in which a student is asked to write an essay taking into account multiple perspectives on a given topic (sample essays and topics can be found here ). The essay is scored by two readers and given a final score of 2-12 in each of four different domains (ideas and analysis, development and support, organization, and language use). This is then scaled to a final score between 1 and 36. This is NOT included in the Composite score. Although many colleges do not require the essay, many students take it “just in case”.
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- We recommend for any of the options that students start their study by taking a practice exam. This helps to guide the curriculum we create for the student to maximize their strengths and minimize any weaknesses.
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