ACT is short for American College Testing. It is a standardized test to assess high school students’ educational level for college admissions.
Q: What are the differences between ACT and SAT?
A: ACT has English, math, reading, and science, all in one test with an optional essay. The new SAT is similar to ACT now, except that the SAT has no science section, which is tested separately in SAT subject tests.
Q: What is full score for ACT?
A: Full score is 36.
Q: What do you teach for ACT?
A: We teach reading skills, grammatical usage, essay writing, math, biology, chemistry, and physics, plus practice tests that accurately reflect the test.
Q: Should I take ACT or SAT?
A: Your decision depends on which college or university you are going to apply to. Generally speaking, east-coast universities accept more SAT scores, whereas more west coast and MidWest schools accept ACT scores.
Q: What are the ACT test dates?
A: Check www.act.org for exact dates.
Q: How can I register for ACT?
A: You can register online: www.act.org.