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What are the 2019 ACT Test Dates? | Video Post

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Deciding when to take ACT this year? We’re here to help you pick the perfect test date for your busy schedule!

In this video, Magoosh’s ACT expert Kat reviews every 2019 ACT test date, including registration deadlines, late registration deadlines (when a late fee will be required), and score release dates. After the overview, Kat will advise your on the best test date for you depending on where you are in your academic career!

Just click on the embedded video below to watch “What are the 2019 ACT Test Dates?”

…Or scroll down for a full video transcript. 🙂

What Will I See in the “What are the 2019 ACT Test Dates?” Video?

In this free video, Kat goes over the following Saturday ACT test dates and their associated deadlines:

    February 9, 2019
    April 13, 2019
    June 8, 2019
    July 13, 2019
    September 14, 2019
    October 26, 2019
    December 14, 2019

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“What are the 2019 ACT Test Dates?” Full Transcript


Hi, I’m Kat, the ACT expert at Magoosh.

Let’s look at the 2019 ACT test dates.

There are seven ACT test dates, all on Saturday.

You can see here that a number of the test dates don’t yet have registration deadlines, but they typically come out mid to late spring.

And they’re always about four or five weeks before the actual test day.

Not sure which test date to sign up for?

I typically advice students depending on what year they are in High School.

So for sophomores, towards the end of your sophomore year is going to be better, spring, even going into your junior year, because you’ll have that much more experience behind you.

You’ve probably have taken another math course or two, so later in your sophomore year.

For juniors, also late spring is probably best, depending on how many times you wanna take it.

You could take it fall of your junior year and then also take it spring.

If you’re going to be taking the ACT as a senior, really pay attention to that September test date.

That’s gonna give you plenty of time to get your scores back, so if you’re applying to colleges you have that information.

So here is the chart again, and if you want more information, you should go to act.org, and they have all the details about exactly how you go about registering.

Now that you know which test date you’re aiming for, head on over to magoosh.com, where you can join thousands of students who are already using the program to ace the ACT.

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About Molly Kiefer

Molly completed her undergraduate degree in Philosophy at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon. She has been tutoring the SAT, GRE, and LSAT since 2014, and loves supporting her students as they work towards their academic goals. When she’s not tutoring or blogging, Molly takes long walks, makes art, and studies ethics. Molly currently lives in Northern California with her cat, who is more popular on Instagram than she is.


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