Recent ACT Changes

ACT Changes: We’re On It

As of September 2015, the ACT has changed. Many of the changes to the test don’t impact how students test or the types of questions they’ll need to answer, but rather how their scores are reported and the kind of information they’ll be able to gather from their results. Don’t be caught off guard. Learn more about what’s changed before you take the test.

Overall, the changes to the ACT don’t impact the difficulty of the test, how each question is scored or how students should approach the test. Instead of viewing the new scores as something to worry about, students should see them as tools for gaining more insight into their performance in each area and how they can harness their strengths in college and in their future career.

If you’re worried about how you’ll score on the test or the types of questions you’ll see, try taking a FREE ACT practice test. Our practice test will give you an idea of how you may score on the real thing without the stress of sitting for the official exam.

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