ACT Test to Provide New Options Designed to Offer Students More Choices, Faster Results
Next school year, ACT will introduce individual section retesting, online testing on national test dates, and superscore calculations.
ACT Scholarship Giveaway*
Dream Big! Win Big!
We will be giving away a $15,000 scholarship + $5,000 technology package to 14 lucky students this school year. Eligible sophomores, juniors and seniors who register for the ACT® test between 9.3.2019 and 6.26.2020 are automatically entered for a chance to win. It’s that easy!
*No purchase necessary or ACT test registration necessary. See Official Rules for eligibility requirements, entry details, and instructions (including alternate entry instructions). Eligibility limited to students in the United States, Puerto Rico, and U.S. Territories.
You're More Than a Score. We're More Than a Test.
What's New at ACT
Provides 8th and 9th graders with short practice for the ACT test.
A comprehensive platform for employers to validate workplace skills.
The workforce solution for comprehensive and reliable Essential Skills assessment.
A new suite of ACT Test preparation products provided by ACT and Kaplan.
A student success tool that identifies knowledge and skill gaps in math and English.
Provides free, personalized resources for students that are unique to their learning gaps.
Awards qualified candidates as ACT Certified Educators.
GEAR UP Grant Writing Resources
Develop Your GEAR UP Grant Application with Resources from ACT
ACT tools may be embedded effectively into GEAR UP grant applications to help schools engage students early, accelerate their readiness through supplemental programs, and expand the capacity of schools to create college-going cultures.
New ACT Research Report
Higher Education Research Digest
Articles in the 2019 Higher Education Research Digest provide relevant, timely, and practical research insights to help higher-education professionals.
Opportunity and Achievement for All
ACT Center for Equity in Learning
The ACT Center for Equity in Learning (CEL) supports research that focuses on closing gaps in equity and achievement.Our goal is to produce actionable evidence to guide thought leadership, and inform changes in policy and practice, that will lead to improved learning and achievement.