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(Late Fee Required)
June 9, 2018
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June 16-22, 2018Fee Waivers: Students who qualify for Free/Reduce lunch are eligible for TWO Fee Waivers in addition to the school test on February 27, 2018, please see your counselor for additional information.ACT (no writing): $46.00, Includes reports for you, your high school, and up to four colleges (if codes are provided when you register).ACT (with writing): $62.50, Includes reports for you, your high school, and up to four colleges (if codes are provided when you register). The $16.50 writing test fee is refundable on written request if you are absent on test day or switch to ACT (no writing) before testing begins.#1: Most Colleges Will Require ScoresMost colleges want to see how you did on the ACT and/or SAT. Colleges will accept either one—you don't need to submit both unless you want to.#2: ScholarshipsMany colleges reward students with Merit Scholarships, which are based on grades, class rank and test scores.#3: The ACT is Content BasedDesigned to measure curriculum knowledge and achievement in: English, mathematics, reading and science. ACT is based on what you learned in school.#4: You Can Send 4 Free Scores to Your Schools of ChoiceMost schools, if you send them more than one ACT score, will simply use your highest ACT composite score from a single test date. So, if you took the ACT three times and received composite scores of 28, 29, and 30, the school would use your composite and section scores of the test date when you received a 30.#5: College and Career Planning
The ACT includes a free education and career planning segment to help you plan for college, comparing your interests with the kinds of majors and occupations that may be right for you.Click on the subject below to access the ACT Test Prep online.