How does ACT exam happen?

How does ACT exam happen?

ITT – Currently, the ACT certificate is recognized by more than 4,000 universities and colleges around the world, of which almost all schools in the US and Canada accept ACT scores to consider admission applications. But how does ACT exam happen?

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What is ACT?

ACT (American College Testing) is used to assess the academic ability of high school students who want to step into the threshold of college. ACT exam structure is as follows:

  • English: 75 questions in 45 minutes.
  • Math: 60 questions in 60 minutes.
  • Reading: 40 questions in 35 minutes.
  • Science: 40 questions in 35 minutes.
  • Writing (optional): Argument on an issue in 40 minutes.

ACT score is calculated based on 4 parts: Verbal, Math, Reading, and Science. Each section is scored on a scale of 1-36. The official score will be equal to the average of the 4 sections. However, to get into the top universities, the score must be 30 or above. The writing section is optional and if you choose to take the exam, the score will be scored separately on a scale of 1-12.

For more: How to calculate ACT score?

However, ACT announced three changes to the exam for students planning to participate clearly and strategically, one of them is the ACT super score. That means a student took the full-part ACT standardized test at least once may choose to retake one or more specific sections that they perform poorly. For example, on the first test, students achieved maximum (36/36 points) in Verbal, Math, Reading, but only 30/36 points in Science. If students want to improve their score, they only need to retake Science instead of having to retake all four sections as currently prescribed. But how does ACT exam happen?

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ACT preparation for high scores

How does ACT exam happen?

Here’s EMG Education office that you can register for ACT exam:

  • Hanoi: 10th Floor – TNR Building, 54A Nguyen Chi Thanh, Dong Da, Hanoi.
  • HCMC: 19 Vo Van Tan, Ward 6, District 3, HCMC.

For more: ACT tutor for high score

ACT preparation for scholarship

In addition, ACT will be expanding exams on a computer at some centers. Students can choose to take the exam on paper or on the computer. If the test is done on the computer, results will be returned within a few days, while the paper-based test takes two weeks.

The exam fee is 150 USD (without Writing) or 165.5 USD (with Writing) and accompanied by some support services at no cost. However, the case of late fee payment or rescheduling will have to pay an additional fee as prescribed.

The exam is usually held periodically in September, October, December, February, April, and June. Candidates register online on the official website act.org and pay the fee via international payment card. You will then receive a notification of the test time and location via email. Alternatively, candidates can contact the nearest ACT registration support center.

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