Every official ACT test has its own chart that converts raw scores to scores on the 1 to 36 point scale, but if you find yourself in need of a rough estimate for a practice test, or if you simply want an estimate of how many questions you need to get right to get a certain score, the following official ACT raw score conversion chart can help!
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One of the first things a lot of test-takers ask is “What’s a good ACT score?” There are a couple of ways of answering this; our ACT Score Range post takes a look at some of them. What we’ll do in this post is examine another way of evaluating scores, through the ACT standard deviation. […]
Though there is no official passing score on the ACT, learn about the score you need in order to achieve your goals after high school.
The first sight that will greet you when you open your ACT test packet will be the ACT English section. It contains the most questions of any section on the test (75 of them!), but it only allows you 45 minutes to answer them. Your raw score will be translated into a score from 1-36 […]
What’s a good ACT Writing score? Check out this up-to-date percentile data to determine what score you should aim for on the ACT Writing section.
In theory, you can get up to five questions wrong on the ACT (or miss them) and still get a 36. Buty they’d have to be in precise categories for you to do that.
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