The ACT (short for American College Testing) is one of two national standardized tests used by American colleges and universities to make admissions decisions. The ACT uses over 215 multiple-choice questions in the areas of English, Mathematics, Reading and Science to gauge the academic proficiency of the test takers.
The ACT is a national college admission examination that consists of subject area tests in English, mathematics, reading, and science with an optional writing exam.
There comes a time in every college bound person’s life when they ask the questions What is the ACT and how does it impact my future?
Many future college students understand they will need to take the ACT to gain admission to college but are left with many questions about the ACT.