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Schools have the option of administering The ACT on the statewide administration date, Tuesday, February 25, 2020, in a paper/pencil mode or online mode on the dates in the table below. In addition to The ACT, the Department will also provide, at no cost to schools, several optional assessments to help students prepare for college and workplace readiness in the Optional College and Career Readiness Assessments Administration table below.
Make Up Testing Date:
|The ACT Online|
(Tu, W, Th only)
|The ACT w/ Accommodations||Paper/Pencil||02/23/21||03/05/21|
OPTIONAL College and Career Readiness Assessments Administration
The WorkKeys optional assessment will not be offered for SY 2020-21.
9 & 10
The ACT is a curriculum-based examination that can provide helpful information for all students, not just those who are planning to attend college.
Taking the ACT can give every student a measure of his or her academic strengths and weaknesses, and can be used for college entrance. Students may use their results to recognize their academic strengths and areas where they need to improve, whether they intend to go to college or enter the workplace after high school.
The ACT also includes an optional 45-60 minute pretest section that is administered to students on a day prior to the initial test date. The pretest session includes a series of questions related to a student's work in high school, college and occupational interests, and future plans.
There is a 15 minute break between Test 2 and Test 3 and a 5 minute break before the start of the Writing Test.
- Test 1 (English): 45 minutes
- Test 2 (Math): 60 minutes
- Test 3 (Reading): 35 minutes
- Writing Test (1 prompt): 40 minutes
Students with special needs
Students who are IDEA- and Section 504-eligible may receive accommodations for the ACT exam at the discretion of the appropriate personnel at each school. Listed below are a few
types of accommodations available for student use.
A test booklet printed in a 10-point font.
Large type test booklet:
A test booklet printed in an 18-point font.
Large type answer sheet:
An answer sheet printed in an 18-point font. Testing staff to transfer the responses to a regular type answer document to be scanned and scored.
A test booklet that contains braille and tactile graphics.
A script of the test booklet (includes examinee directions from the test booklet, reading passages, and test items) for the reader to read aloud to one examinee.
Audio (no video) of the test booklet equivalent to the reader's script.
A Scribe to record student responses on answer sheet (must be in a separate room)
Additional breaks with standard time (must test in a separate room)
Separate test sessions
Testing over multiple days
Extended time to complete each test
A sign language interpreter to sign instructions, test items and response choices (must use Reader’s Script test individually in a separate room)