ACT is Adding New Test Dates for
We’re giving students more opportunities to take the ACT test this fall by adding additional dates to the ones already scheduled!
Registration opens the last week of July. Mark your calendars!
- Saturday, September 12
- Sunday, September 13
- Saturday, September 19
- Saturday, October 10
- Saturday, October 17
- Saturday, October 24
- Sunday, October 25
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Official ACT English Guide
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Official ACT Math Guide
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Official ACT Science Guide
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The ACT Test Overview
The ACT contains multiple-choice tests in four areas: English, mathematics, reading and science. ACT's writing test is optional and will not affect your composite score.
Your understanding of English, production of writing and knowledge of language skills.
The mathematical skills you have typically acquired in courses up to the beginning of grade 12.
The interpretation, analysis, evaluation, reasoning and problem-solving skills required in biology, chemistry, Earth/space sciences and physics.
The optional writing section measures writing skills taught in high school English classes and in entry-level college composition courses.