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CLEP - College Level Examination Program (CLEP) -Save Time. Save Money. Take CLEP. Taking the SAT, Graduating Middle School. SAT Suite of Assessments – The College Board. ACT Downloads. The National Center for Fair and Open Testing. Introducing LearningExpress Library 3.0. Using Your ACT Results. Understand Your Scores. The information on this page applies only to the scores for the four multiple-choice tests (English, mathematics, reading, science) and the Composite score.

Understand Your Scores

Scoring information for the writing test is also available. How ACT calculates the multiple-choice test scores and the Composite score First we count the number of questions on each test that you answered correctly. We do not deduct any points for incorrect answers. (There is no penalty for guessing.)Then we convert your raw scores (number of correct answers on each test) to scale scores. Relationship between the tests, questions, and subscores What are national ranks? As your score report explains, the ranks show the percent of recent high school graduates who took the ACT and scored at or below each of your scores.

You can use the ranks to get a sense of your relative strengths and weaknesses in the four general subject areas represented by the test scores and in the seven specific areas represented by the subscores. 4 InterpretingScores. SAT Suite of Assessments – The College Board. FeeWaiver. Sat fee waiver counselor guide 2015 16. SAT Downloads and Materials Ordering. Jump to page content Jump to navigation College Board Homepage Home > Testing > The SAT > Downloads & Materials Ordering SAT Downloads & Materials Ordering Customized Entry Pages Testing 1 - Home Page 2 - Skip to content 3 - Site Map 4 - Search field focus 6 - Site navigation tree 9 - Contact information 0 - Access Key details Back to top site map | contact us | about us | press | careers | terms of use | privacy policy Copyright © 2016, Inc.

SAT Downloads and Materials Ordering

ACT. SAT Subject Tests – The College Board. Beginning of content: Read carefully.

SAT Subject Tests – The College Board

Consider all the choices in each question. Avoid careless mistakes that will cause you to lose points. Answer the easy questions first. Work on less time-consuming questions before moving on to the more difficult ones. SAT Suite of Assessments – The College Board. SAT. Getting into College - Admission Test Myths. Services for Students with Disabilities. ACT is committed to serving examinees with documented disabilities by providing reasonable accommodations appropriate to the examinee's diagnosis and needs.

Services for Students with Disabilities

ACT has established policies regarding documentation of an applicant's disability and the process for requesting accommodations. For details, see ACT Policy for Documentation to Support Requests for Test Accommodations on the ACT. If you currently receive accommodations in school due to a professionally diagnosed and documented disability, you may submit documentation to support a request for one of the following: National Standard Time with AccommodationsNational Extended Time (50% time extension): Approved examinees taking the ACT have up to 5 hours total to work on all four multiple-choice tests at their own pace. Approved examinees taking the ACT with writing have up to 6 hours to complete all five tests. The basic fees for all forms of testing are the same.

The ACT and ACT with writing are offered only in English. Accommodations for Test Takers with Disabilities – The College Board. Module3 SATvsACTarticle. Getting into College - How to Prepare for Admission Tests. If you’ve started thinking about college, you’ve probably heard about admission tests like the SAT.

Getting into College - How to Prepare for Admission Tests

Colleges use test scores to help them make admission decisions. So it makes sense to plan to do your best on the exam. Here are some tips to help you do that. The Best Way to Prepare The best way to prepare for the SAT is to work hard both inside and outside the classroom. Practice Tips You can take some simple, smart steps to help you put your best foot forward. Know what to expect. Take preliminary tests. Use our free, personalized practice tools.

Take practice tests — for free. Check your timing. Last-Minute Tips Taking the following steps will help you arrive on time and stay alert during the test. Get a good night's sleep before the exam. Know where your test center is located. CounselorSourcebook 7thEdition Ch7.