Skip to main content

ACT Testing

The ACT Test

The ACT stands for American College Test.  Register for the ACT Here!

All High School Juniors will take the ACT on March 1st this year!


2021-2022 Test Dates (National)

Test Date

Regular Registration Deadline

Late Registration Deadline
Late Fee Applies

Standby Deadline
Photo Upload Deadline

September 11, 2021

August 6

August 20

September 3

October 23, 2021

September 17

October 1

October 15

December 11, 2021

November 5

November 19

December 3

February 12, 2022

January 7

January 21

February 4

April 2, 2022

February 25

March 11

March 25

June 11, 2022

May 6

May 20

June 3

July 16, 2022

June 17

June 24

July 8



The ACT Test Overview

The ACT contains multiple-choice tests in four areas: English, mathematics, reading and science. ACT's writing test is optional and will not affect your composite score.

English Practice Test Questions

The ACT-English-45 Minutes-75 Questions


Your ability to make decisions to revise and edit short texts and essays in different genres.

Math Practice Test Questions

The ACT - Math - 60 Minutes - 60 Questions


The mathematical skills you have typically acquired in courses up to the beginning of grade 12.

Reading Practice Test Questions

The ACT-Reading-35 Minutes-40 Questions


Your ability to read closely, reason logically about texts using evidence, and integrate information from multiple resources.

Science Practice Test Questions

The ACT-Science-35 Minutes-40 Questions


The interpretation, analysis, evaluation, reasoning and problem-solving skills required in biology, chemistry, Earth/space sciences and physics.

Writing Practice Test Questions

The ACT-Writing-40 Minutes-1 Prompt


The optional writing section measures writing skills taught in high school English classes and in entry-level college composition courses.