ACT or American College Testing is a standardized test for checking Language proficiency in Admissions to Universities of the United States. The ACT covers mainly four academics skills of aspirants: English, Mathematics, Reading and Science reasoning. It is a written test and widely accepted by all four-year colleges and universities in the US. Not only in the US it is affirmed in more than 225 universities outside the US also.
|Explication||American College Testing|
|Mode of Exam||Paper-based and computer-based standardized test.|
|Skills Testing||English, math, reading, science, writing (optional).|
|Eligibility Criteria||Mainly for high school students. Fluency in English is a must.|
|Purpose of Examination||For Undergraduate Admissions in the US and Canadian Universities.|
|Duration of Exam||English: 45 minutes,
Math: 60 minutes,
Reading: 35 minutes,
Science: 35 minutes,
Optional writing test: 40 minutes.
Total: 3 hours and 35 minutes
|Score Scale||Composite score: 1 to 36|
|Attempts allowed||US and Canada: 7 times a year. Other countries: 5 times a year.|
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