Posted by Jed Applerouth, PhD on October 15, 2019 in Admissions, Featured, In the News, Jed Said, Test Prep
Last week ACT, Inc. announced major changes coming to its flagship test in September 2020. The ability for individual students in the US to take computer-based ACT tests was highly anticipated and is one more step towards eliminating paper-based tests. The new superscored ACT score report will save students money from having to send every single score report and will encourage more colleges to accept ACT superscoring. The truly radical change, however, was the announcement that students will be able to retake single ACT sections once they have completed a preliminary test.