American College Testing (ACT) is one of the standardized test for high school achievement and college admission in the US (other is SAT). International students looking to attend US undergraduate schools need to take either the ACT or the SAT.
ACT tests student's ability based on English, Math, Reading, Science, Writing sections. ACT can be taken 12 times with time and date limitations.
|i) Mathematics test||(60 items, 60 minutes) (1-36 Score)|
|ii) Reading test||(40 items, 35 minutes) (1- 36 Score)|
|iii) Science test||(40 items, 35 minutes) (1-36 Score)|
|iv) English test||(75 items, 45 minutes) (1-36 Score)|
|v) Writing test||(optional; 1 prompt, 40 minutes) (2-12 Score)|
ACT without Essay - 2 hours and 55 minutes
ACT with Essay - 3 hours and 40 minutes
|Nature of Exam||Paper Based Test (PBT)|
|Total Scores||ACT score is out of 36|
ACT with Essay US $166.50
ACT without Essay US $150
|Frequency of Test||September, October, December, February, April, June & July.|
|Score Validity||5 Years|
|Free Score Reporting||There is a provision of reporting your ACT test scores to a maximum of four universities of your choice, the cost of which is built into the ACT test fee you pay|
|Additional Test Score Reporting Fees||US $13|
Latest and sufficient study material with additional classwork assignment sheets.
Test series on each topic of English and Math.
7 Paper based mock tests
Added advantage for slightly weak students - They get to re-attend the next SAT batch for selected topics, free of charge.
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