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BEFORE THE TEST
You should or may have already asked the following questions.
You might not have asked:
Based on extensive research, ACT has determined that if you score at or above an 18 for English, 22 for reading, 22 for mathematics, and 23 for science, you are ready for college.
Take the most challenging classes, and you will be more prepared for the test and for college courses. Take AP classes. The ACT will test you over how proficient you are in the core academic areas of English, reading, math, and science. This is how the ACT has always worked.
Things to do months before the test
The Night Before
DURING THE TEST
Bring the following to your test center.
Hillview Prep test tips:
AFTER THE TEST
You got your scores. Now what?
Should you retest? Here are some things to consider:
Data shows that the average ACT Composite Score increment is dependent on the amount of preparation.
Will increasing your score, even by a point, have an impact? Of course! It could increase your financial opportunities, admission possibilities, and scholarship chances. Give your best shot. It is very competitive out there.