ACT

The ACT is a standardized test used for college admissions in the United States as well as more than 200 universities outside of the U.S.

El Zahraa American School is the first test center in Alexandria, Egypt.   The test is currently administered by ACT organization seven times per year. The ACT test contains multiple-choice tests in four academic skill areas: English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science reasoning. It also offers an optional direct writing test and it doesn’t affect the composite score.

ACT score is accepted by all four-year colleges and universities in the United States as well as more than 200 universities outside of the U.S., but not yet in Egypt universities.

The main four ACT test sections are individually scored on a scale of 1–36. The composite score comes by taking the average of the four tests.

The ACT is generally regarded as being composed of somewhat easy questions, but the shorter time allotted to complete each section increases difficulty. Therefore, time is a major factor to consider in testing.

The ACT allows:

 

 

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