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ACTStudent 22h
Scores from the July test date will start to be released on July 24, and will be released each week through August 27. Details:
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ACTStudent Jul 20
Here are a few ways you can reach us if you have any questions about registering for the ACT.
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ACTStudent Jul 20
Are you a student testing with National Extended Time accommodations (Timing Code 6)? Here are a few changes you’ll want to be aware of prior to test day. Read more here:
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ACTStudent Jul 20
Replying to @huluandchilll
Hello Kyle. The National average is a 21. If you are wanting to send your scores to a specific school, you can check with them to find out what they require. For more information about ACT scores, you can go to our website at
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ACTStudent Jul 20
Here are three types of FAFSA deadlines you should pay attention to:
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ACTStudent Jul 20
Students often want to know what is considered a good ACT score. Take a look at the national averages below.
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ACTStudent Jul 20
Replying to @abhinavgarggwl
Hi there! We apologize for any confusion. If you will be taking the test outside of the United States, you will have to create a new account. You will go to this page and click on Register for the ACT:
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ACTStudent Jul 19
Scores from the July test date will start to be released on July 24, and will be released each week through August 27. Details:
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ACTStudent Jul 19
When it comes to test prep, we've got you covered. Here are all of our prep resources, delivered by the experts:
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ACTStudent Jul 19
We have a new, free learning tool called ACT Academy that is designed to help you master the skills you need to improve your ACT scores and succeed in college and career. Take a look and create an account today:
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ACTStudent Jul 18
Although a good GPA is important, don't believe the GPA myth and take easy classes just to pad your GPA. Most colleges require completion of certain high school courses for admission.
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ACTStudent Jul 18
Here's everything you need to know about finding and applying for college scholarships:
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ACTStudent Jul 18
The road to & through college is hard. Watch Ikie, Estephanie, & Esther travel from Long Island➡ Los Angeles & share what they learned in a new documentary “Beating the Odds,” fueled by :
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ACTStudent Jul 18
Replying to @forshzzle
Hi Lucia! Taking the ACT Test with accommodations does not delay your scores in any way. The scoring time frame for all our tests would be 2-8 weeks from when the test is sent back to us. You will receive your scores in this time.
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ACTStudent Jul 17
Some colleges require the writing test; others do not. Check with the colleges you are applying to or considering for their requirements.
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ACTStudent Jul 17
Here are a few college application tips to keep in mind when you submit materials.
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ACTStudent Jul 17
There's much more to your ACT score report than you might think. Here are a few things you'll learn from your score report.
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ACTStudent Jul 16
You’re busy. We get it. BUT, if you spend just 30 minutes a week working on these four tasks, you’ll be that much more prepared for college!
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ACTStudent Jul 16
Congratulations to all students who took the ACT over the weekend! Scores will start to be released on July 24, and will be released each week through August 27. Details:
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ACTStudent Jul 16
Attention high school seniors! One of the things admissions officers pay attention to, besides GPA, is course selection throughout HS. They like to see students have momentum going into the freshman year. If you sit back your senior year, it's hard to recapture that momentum.
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