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Rita Kreig

February 6th ACT Scores Are In! Now What?

If you took the February 6th ACT exam, then your scores might already be available. Have you checked?

If you haven’t had a chance to look at your score report, be sure to do so when you have a moment alone. Give yourself the time and space needed to process the information before sharing it with your friends and family.

Ready now? Go look! (I’ll wait.)

Okay, now that you’ve seen your ACT score, you’re probably having some feelings:

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(Pleasantly surprised)


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(So confused)

For the record, all of these reactions are warranted. It is incredibly nerve-wracking to take that first look at your ACT scores.

Just remember: Good or bad, your ACT score is just a number. If you need to retake the test, you can do so on April 9, 2016.

Wondering what your score means, and whether it’s good enough to put on your college app? I’ve collected our top 10 ACT scores posts to help answer your questions.

All About Your ACT Score

  1. ACT Scores: Top 10 Things to Know
  2. Average ACT Scores
  3. How to Calculate ACT Scores
  4. ACT Raw to Scaled Score Chart
  5. ACT Essay Scores
  6. Comparing ACT and SAT Scores
  7. How to Get a Perfect Score on the ACT
  8. How to Improve Your ACT Score By 10 Points
  9. Should I Retake the ACT?
  10. How to Study for an ACT Retake

Still have unanswered questions? No problem! Leave us a comment below, and we’ll do our best to answer. 🙂


About Rita Kreig

Rita helps high schoolers find Magoosh, improve their SAT/ACT scores, and get into their dream schools. She earned both her BA and Master of Pacific International Affairs from UC San Diego, where she also studied Spanish, French, and Portuguese. Rita loves education and marketing, just as much as she loves vinyasa yoga and baking chocolate chip cookies.

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