ACT

(American College Testing)

A standardized test for college admissions, reflecting your general educational development

Overview

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  • Thousands of practice questions to build your confidence
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  • Unlimited doubt-clearing sessions
  • Weekend/Weekday classes to suit your schedule – both online and offline

What is ACT ?

The ACT, or American College Testing, is a standardized test designed for an important role – to evaluate your readiness for higher education. ACT was created by ACT Inc. and is used by multiple colleges and universities to streamline their admission process.

ACT provides a yardstick which is commonly used by admission officers to assess applicants from different backgrounds. USERC recognizes the importance of ACT scores and guides you effortlessly to master this exam.

Top Scorers for ACT

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New Delhi

Batch 2023 - 551

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New Delhi

Batch 2022 - 551

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New Delhi

Batch 2024 - 551

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New Delhi

Batch 2021 - 511

FAQ

ACT FAQs

No. The computer-based ACT will be the only option for students outside the US—including Canada—who test on an international ACT day.

  • ACT released timed and untimed practice tests in a computer-based format so that international students can have some experience taking a computer-based test. Click here to try the practice tests.
  • It is very important to note that the only difference between the computer-based ACT and the paper version is the administration format.
  • As a result, test preparation materials such as The Official ACT Prep Guide, ACT® Online Prep, Preparing for the ACT, and officially licensed preparation programs—like the ACT Student Journey—offered by official ACT partners will continue to provide students with exceptional information and practice that will help them prepare for the ACT regardless of whether they take it via computer or paper.

No. In certain cases, capacity demands that we host only one session per day per test window. The registration system will show you which sessions are available at the time you register for the ACT. ACT is committed to helping international students reach their education goals by offering the ACT in as many countries on as many dates as we can.

  • The only difference between the computer-based ACT and the paper version will be the administration format. Scores will mean the same thing and will continue to use the familiar 1–36 scale. University-reportable scores will be provided to post-secondary institutions and admissions counsellors in the same manner that they are today.
  • The ACT has been administered via computer in the US since 2015. To gather information about the differences between computer-based and paper testing and to learn about potential administration issues, ACT conducted comparability studies in 2014 and 2015 in operational testing environments where participating students received university-reportable scores.
  • Equating methodology was used for all four multiple-choice tests to adjust for any differences in scores across test formats so the studies were comparable to those from examinees taking the ACT on paper.

Scores on the computer-based version of the ACT will mean the same as those on the paper version, and universities will treat them the same. ACT has already shown the comparability of scores from tests taken via computer and paper testing to our university partners, beginning in 2015. Test scores are on the familiar 1–36 scale that universities use today when considering candidates for admission.

This will be the same as the paper version. There are four subject matter tests: English (75 questions), mathematics (60 questions), reading (40 questions), science (40 questions) and an optional writing test (1 writing prompt).

ACT is committed to providing a high-quality assessment that provides a level playing field and fair testing experience for all students, including those with disabilities. As a result, ACT provides accommodations to students who qualify. Students will continue to work with local school officials to request available accommodations via our Test Accessibility and Accommodations System (TAA).

During registration, the student indicates a need for accommodations to access the ACT. Examinees who can test with one-and-one-half extended time and on the computer in a single administration will be directed to schedule a test date and location in the registration system. Students requiring other accommodations will test via paper administration.

Accommodation requests are submitted by school officials via the Test Accessibility and Accommodations System (TAA). All requests, including requests for reconsideration, must be submitted via TAA by the late registration deadline.

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