What is ACT

The ACT (American College Testing) is a standardized test used for undergrad admissions in the United States to assess the college readiness of the sophomores and Juniors. ACT doesn’t test core subject knowledge but tests logical and analytical skills of the test taker. ACT scores are important factor in deciding merit-based scholarships. It was first introduced in November 1959 as a competitor to the SAT. It comprises of four-sections- English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science reasoning. Writing section includes optional essay. Final score is computed as an average of 4-sections and is reported on scale of 1-36.

Exam Structure

Section Question Time 
English 75 45
Mathematics 60 60
Reading 40 35
Science 40 35
Writing(optional) 1 essay 40
  215  3hr 45 mins

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