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Preparing for the ACT Test - Special Testing

Overview

The information in this booklet is for students with professionally diagnosed and documented disabilities who require test accommodations that can be provided at a test center and who plan to test with alternate test formats (braille, pre-recorded audio, or a reader).

Excerpt

This booklet is an important first step as you get ready for college and your career. The information here is intended to help you do your best on the ACT-the test taken by the majority of US high school students to gain admission to colleges and universities.

Content Guide

  • A Message to Students
  • Overview of the ACT
  • General Preparation
  • Test-Taking Strategies
  • Prohibited Behavior at the Test Center
  • Content of the ACT Tests
  • Taking the Practice Tests
  • Practice Writing Tests
  • How to Score the Multiple-Choice Tests
  • Reviewing Your Performance on the Multiple-Choice Tests
  • How to Score the Writing Test
  • Sample Answer Document

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