ACT Test


ACT for all Juniors, March 2015

Students should report to the test site on test day with two #2 pencils and a calculator.  

North Carolina added the ACT test, a national college admissions exam, as part of the state testing program in 2012. The test includes 215 multiple choice questions that are designed to measure a student's mastery in four subject areas: English, math, reading, and science.  ACT scores are accepted by all US four-year colleges and universities. The ACT is given to 11th graders at no charge to the student. Students desiring to take the test again are able to do so by registering directly with ACT.

Scores are released in May each year and are sent to students, West Johnston, and to colleges are designated by the students.

  • For more information, consult the ACT web page or the NC Department of Public Instruction which gives an overview of the ACT test, the PLAN test, and WorkKeys, all required by NCDPI.
  • Consult these sites to prepare for the test:

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