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American College Testing (ACT)

Introduction The ACT (American College Testing), administered by the American College Testing Organization (ACT Inc.), is a four-part test in mathematics, reading, science and English that measures the academic standards of high school students and their ability to complete college. The ACT is a requirement for admission to U.S. colleges and universities and serves as one of the main bases for awarding scholarships. Seventeen states in the United States require students to take the ACT. The ACT scores are widely recognized by more than 4,000 colleges and universities around the world and by all four-year colleges in the U.S. In 2019, nearly 1.8 million, or 52%, of U.S. high school graduates took the ACT.
Examinee Senior high school students who intend to apply for colleges and universities in the United States.
Test Description

Format: Computer based

Duration: 175 minutes

Subjects: English, mathematics, reading, science, writing (optional)

Total scores: 36

Test Dates

October 8th and October 9th (Cancelled), December 10th and December 11th 2021

*The morning session starts at 08:00 and the afternoon session starts at 13:30. According to the rules of ACT, the afternoon session will only be available when the application for the morning session is full.

Test Venue Macao Polytechnic Institute
Inquiry 85993162 / 85993190
E-mail mpibell@ipm.edu.mo
Fax 28719705

   

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