The ACT test - university admission exam

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The ACT® test is a university admission exam that measures academic achievement, including the knowledge and skills important for university success.
  • In the United States, the ACT is the admissions test taken most by the high school graduating class.
  • ALL four-year universities in the United States and more than 200 universities around the world use the ACT as part of their admissions process - including the Ivy League schools in the Uniterd States and many of the Russell Group universities in the United Kingdom.
  • The ACT is the only university admissions test from the United States that measures science and higher-level math skills—an advantage for students studying in these fields.
  • ACT scores can be used for many scholarship applications.
  • The ACT is offered at test centers in 140 countries around the world.

Upcoming Test Dates

Test Date Registration Deadline
September 12, 2015 August 7, 2015
October 24, 2015 September 18, 2015
December 12, 2015 November 6, 2015
April 9, 2016 March 4, 2016
June 11, 2016 May 6, 2016
Test Content
When students take the ACT, they answer multiple-choice questions in English, math, reading, and science. There are four sections to the test and each section is completed in a set time period. The test also has a writing section, but it is optional because not all universities require it.
  • ACT English Test (75 items, 45 minutes)
  • ACT Mathematics Test (60 items, 60 minutes)
  • ACT Reading Test (40 items, 35 minutes)
  • ACT Science Test (40 items, 35 minutes)
  • ACT Writing Test (Optional) (1 prompt, 40 minutes)
Get familiar with the ACT
Download Preparing for the ACT
Prepare for the ACT test
  • Free online practice questions and testing tips for each subject area, including the optional Writing Test
  • Download a copy of Preparing for the ACT, which includes test information, complete practice tests, and a writing prompt with sample essays
  • Free sample question of the day

The ACT gives you career planning information.
The ACT does more than tell you if you are ready for university study—it helps you plan for life after high school. You'll get personalized career information and develop a comprehensive profile that tells universities about your work in high school and your plans for the future. The ACT also shows your strengths and weaknesses in the subject areas tested so you will be better prepared for your future education.
There is no penalty for guessing.
The ACT is the only US university admissions test that provides scores based on your number of correct answers — with no deductions for incorrect answers. Do your best and be sure to answer every question!
You choose the scores you send to universities.
When you register for the ACT, you can choose up to four universities to send your scores to for free. If you take the test more than once, you choose which test date results the schools of your choice will receive. ACT sends scores only for the test dates you select.

The ACT Writing Test is optional.
Only the ACT test offers an optional writing test, saving you time and money, because not all universities require a writing test for admission. While writing is a very important skill for university study, universities use many different methods and approaches to measure your writing skills. To find out which universities will require you to take the Writing Test on the ACT, visit
The ACT is a good value.
Preparing for university study can be expensive. The ACT provides a good value to you because it offers both an admissions test and a career planning component all for one modest fee. The ACT is the most complete package of services to help you get ready for life beyond high school. For more information about the ACT, test dates, registration, and preparing for the test, go to
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