American College Testing
The ACT is a standardized test used to measure high school students' academic development in English, Reading, Math, and Science.
The ACT has become extremely popular as it is curriculum based, unlike the SAT, which is an aptitude test. The ACT competes directly with the SAT, and is accepted by all U.S. colleges and universities as an alternative to the SAT. Over 1.5 million students take the ACT annually. Sage offers combined SAT and ACT diagnostic exams to help students determine which exam best highlights their strengths. The ACT (American College Testing) is a standardised test for college admissions in the USA. The ACT exam evaluates a candidate’s readiness for college. The test covers reading, mathematics, English skills, simple data analysis and scientific reasoning. It also has an optional essay section.
- Overview of ACT exam and how to improve your test taking techniques.
- Fundamentals in arithmetic, algebra, geometry and trigonometry.
- Critical reading skills.
- Scientific reasoning skills and data interpretation.
- Grammar and English usage.
- ACT essay writing.