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All about the ACT, and what your scores actually mean
After you register, print your testing ticket to take with you on testing day.
Standard test cost: $36.50 ◦ Late Registration Fee +$23 ◦ Change of Test Date +$22 ◦ Release of Test Info +$19 ◦ With Writing Assessment +$16 Reviewing your scores online is free.
ACT Question of the Day—changes daily Practice Test Questions—does not change, but take this practice test once
Learning Support classes may be required if your scores in each subject area are below these levels: English: 18 Math: 19 Reading: 19
Scholarship and admission eligibility depend on your score If students prepare properly and learn strategies, scores typically increase only 1-2 points each time students take it. If you have a 24 and you need a 27, you should take it at least two more times. PREPARE before taking it again. If you do not work, your score will most likely NOT go up.
Award TypeAmountEligibility Criteria Wilder-Naifeh Technical Skills Grant $2000/year at a TN College of Applied Technology Enroll at a TCAT institution Hope Scholarship $2000/year at CC $4000/year at 4-year 21 ACT Composite OR 3.0 High School GPA General Assembly Merit Scholarship$5000/year at 4-year 29 ACT Composite AND 3.75 High School GPA
ACT Prep Class March 17, 19, 31 April 2, 7, 9 5:00 pm-7:00 pm Sponsored by the Cleveland State Continuing Education Program Contact Gina Akins