The ACT (American College Test) test measures knowledge and skills acquired during high school. It includes questions in English, math, reading and science reasoning.
The majority of colleges and universities across the United States accept the ACT as the college entrance exam. It is important to check with specific college/univerisity that you are planning to apply to regarding their recommendation on which college entrance exam to take.
There are additional fees for late registration, standby testing, changing test centers or test dates, and for additional services and products. Additional information and testing dates for the current year are available online at https://www.act.org/content/act/en/students-and-parents.html
Students interested in taking the ACT are encouraged to sign up for the exam in the spring of their junior year or fall of senior year.
Huntington Learning Center will be hosting a practice ACT at Centennial High School this year. The practice ACT is for juniors only and will be Sat. Jan. 25th from 9:00am-12:00pm in the Library. The cost is $30 per student paid to the bookkeeper. There are ONLY 55 spots available. Scores will not be reported to anyone but the student. The deadline to sign-up is Jan. 10th.
Centennial High School code: 130389
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