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Who Should Take The ACT?
The ACT is taken by high school students who wish to pursue higher education in the United States. ACT results are accepted by colleges and universities in the US.
What Makes Kaplan's ACT Program Unique?
The ACT Exam at a Glance
The ACT is a computer-based test and consists of five subject areas: English, Mathematics, Reading, Science and Writing. (writing section is an optional part). It offers 24 times per year.
The majority of the four-year colleges and universities in the U.S. accept the ACT but institutions place different emphases on standardized tests in comparison to other methods of evaluation, such as, class rank, GPA, and extracurricular activities. The main four subjects of the ACT are scored individually on a scale of 1–36, and a composite score is provided.
|English||75 questions in 45 mins|
|Math||60 questions in 60 mins|
|Reading||40 questions in 35 mins|
|Science||40 questions in 35 mins|
|Optional Writing||One 40-min essay|
To register, please contact the Official Examination Body: http://www.act.org/
ACT Exam Fee with International Testing Fee:
ACT with writing: US$166.50
ACT without writing: US$150
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