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Accommodations Available for PreACT

Overview

Examinees taking the PreACT may be provided accommodations for testing if they require:

  • An audio USB (usage guidelines posted in a PDF below)
  • A Braille version of the test
  • A reader who must use a reader's script prepared by ACT.  ACT Recommends testing individually in a separate room as is required when using a reader while taking the ACT test.
  • A scribe to record examinee responses on the answer folder (must be in a separate room as is required when taking the ACT test)
  • Additional breaks with standard time (must be in a separate room as is required when taking the ACT test)
  • Separate test sessions
  • Testing over multiple days
  • Extended time to complete each test
  • A sign language interpreter to sign verbal instructions in American Sign Language (ASL)
  • A sign language interpreter to sign test items and response choices in exact English signing (ESS) (ACT recommends testing individually in a separate room as is required when using an ESS interpreter while taking the ACT test)

PreACT accommodations and supports.PNG

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