Coming September 2020:
Section Retesting, Superscoring, and Faster Results
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- Section Retesting
- Superscoring, and
- Faster Results with Online Testing
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Changes are coming to the ACT test! Stay informed along the way with our monthly newsletter, designed especially for counselors.
Learn from ACT experts as they explain the new options coming to the ACT test starting with the September 2020 national test date.*
*The new options rolling out in September 2020 are not currently applicable to District and State customers. We’ll be announcing information on what’s coming for District Testing soon.
New Fee Waiver and Score Sending Policies
While the ACT mission doesn’t change, the way in which we help people achieve education and workplace success continues to evolve. As the ACT test changes, so are the fee waiver and score sending policies.
Beginning in September 2020, 20 free score reports will be available for students who have taken the ACT with a fee waiver so they may send their superscore or scores from any individual test, even those taken previously during the ACT National Test and State and District Test.
ACT also now offers four fee waivers to all qualifying students. These students can choose how they apply the waivers to maximize their potential for success in retesting and test preparation. Counselors can request fee waivers on behalf of qualifying students.
Leaders in Education Discuss New ACT Test Options
Watch as Dr. Tony Thacker (Alabama Assistant State Superintendent of Education and head of the Office of Evaluation and Innovation), and Phillip Jacobs (Tennessee Department of Education), provide their perspectives on the impact of ACT’s new test options.