Why is ACT test Important
The ACT is a multiple-choice, paper and pencil test that covers the subject areas of math, English, reading, and science (and an optional writing section). The test will measure your skill levels as you prepare for entry into college. The composite score is one of the main things that colleges will look at. A perfect composite score is 36.
The ACT (American College Testing) is an internationally recognized college entrance examination. It is available to students as part of the undergraduate college application process. The exam covers four subjects: ACT English, ACT Mathematics, ACT Reading and ACT Science.
The ACT Plus Writing section includes an additional Writing section, which some colleges require for admission. The ACT test typically takes 3 hours and 30 minutes to complete. Do note that – This is with breaks (or just over 4 hours with the optional ACT writing test).
Keep in mind that while the ACT test score is an important part of your admission process, it isn’t the only part of your application. Your cumulative G.P.A., the classes you’ve taken (core classes, AP, Honors, Dual-Credit) will also play a part in your admissions decision.
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