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Category: ACT Scores

Thomas Broderick

What Is a Passing Score on the ACT?

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.

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Elizabeth Peterson

What is a Good ACT English Score?

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 […]

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Elizabeth Peterson

What is a Good ACT Writing Score?

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.

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Rachel Kapelke-Dale

How Many Questions Can You Miss for a Perfect ACT Score?

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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Kristin Fracchia

ACT Scores of Famous People

Ever wonder how your ACT scores compare to the scores of celebrities? Check out the video; the answer may surprise you!

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Kristin Fracchia

What is a Good ACT Aspire Score?

ACT Aspire tests are scored on kind of a funky scale that changes between subjects and between grades tested. For the ACT Aspire test given in grade 10 (the one that predicts your ACT scores for 11th grade), here’s how the scoring breaks down in the table below:

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Kristin Fracchia

What is a Bad ACT Score?

Chances are your opinions of what makes a good or bad ACT score are influenced by your friends, your school, your parents, so let’s take a look at some numbers to help broaden your perspective.

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Dana Sinclair

Should You Share Your Score?

Checking a standardized test score can be very stressful. There is that rush of adrenaline that goes through your body as the internet page loads, and of course the internet chooses that very moment to go slower than usual. Or, maybe it’s just the overload of students dying to know their score. Regardless, the anticipation […]

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