Valuable for all 10th-grade students, the PLAN test measures academic progress in high school. It is designed to improve students' preparation for education, training, and work after high school while they still have time to adjust their high school courses. PLAN has content similar to the ACT® test.
Taking PLAN is a great way to prepare for the ACT. In fact, students who take PLAN tend to score higher on the ACT than students who do not take PLAN.
It covers the same subjectsEnglish, mathematics, reading, and scienceand provides an estimated ACT score.
PLAN points out academic strengths and areas where improvement is needed and lets students know if they're on track for college.
PLAN helps them find careers that match their interests and even helps connect them with colleges interested in them.
PLAN includes four multiple-choice tests covering English, mathematics, reading, and science.
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PLAN also includes a 72-item interest inventory that asks questions about the types of work tasks students would or would not like to do.
PLAN is ordered and administered by schools or school districts. Check with the guidance office at your school to see if PLAN is offered.