American College Testing (ACT) is a computer based standardized entrance exam that is used to measure readiness of high school students to enter colleges and universities in the USA.
ACT measures student's ability based on English, Math, Reading, Science, and Writing sections and provides a common platform to compare potential of applying students to the assessing schools.
ACT is a multiple-choice test and is administered by ACT Inc., USA.
|Mathematics Test (60 minutes)||60 questions to measure mathematical skills|
|Reading test (35 minutes)||40 questions to measure reading & comprehension abilities|
|Science test (35 minutes)||40 questions on science based passages|
|English test (45 minutes)||75 questions to measure English grammar, punctuation & sentence structuring|
|Writing test (40 minutes)||1 prompt to measure writing skills|
|Total Scores||ACT scores are out of 36|
|Total Time||ACT without Essay - 2 hours and 55 minutes ACT with Essay - 3 hours and 35 minutes|
|Nature of Exam||It is paper based test|
|ACT Test Fee||ACT with Essay US $166.50, ACT without Essay US $155|
|Frequency of Tests||SAT is conducted 07 times in a year in the months of 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|
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