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How is the ACT affected by coronavirus?

Because of test cancelations in the spring, ACT test dates have been added on September 19, October 10, and October 17. Read more.

Will the ACT be given online?

There are currently no plans to administer the ACT online. If closures and restrictions continue into the  fall, ACT will release additional information about testing plans. Read more.

When crafting your ACT study calendar, be sure to plan to prep at least once a week for the entirety of the three months, or 2-3 times a week if you want to spread out the work.

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WHAT IS A GOOD ACT SCORE?

The ACT is scored out of 36, with the top 10% of test-takers getting a composite score of 28-36. When setting your ACT score goal for 2020, look at score averages for the schools you’re applying to.

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You can take the ACT up to 12 times, and many students end up taking the test between 2-3 times before applying to college. Many students, in fact, make score improvements by retaking the ACT.

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