The ACT Test
The ACT (American College Test) is an alternative standardized test for college admission candidates. The ACT includes science subjects such as earth science, physical science, and biology, as well as English (Reading and Writing) and Math. Therefore, most colleges accept ACT scores in place of The New SAT and SAT Subject Test scores together. If a student achieves 32 out of 36 on his/her composite score, he/she is qualified to apply for prestigious colleges. If the goal is to attend Ivy League colleges or other top tier colleges, students may need a composite score of 33 out of 36, which is close to 740 point average for each subject on The New SAT and SAT Subject Tests. There are 6 tests a year in February, April, June, September, October, and December. All ACT testing dates are scheduled on different days from SAT test dates. On the ACT test, students are permitted to use a calculator on the Math sections only.
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