ACT Practice Test Information:
Due to school restrictions amid the COVID-19 pandemic, we have a new method for students to practice the ACT exam. As we cannot allow groups of students inside the school, students will instead register online, pickup their physical exam and bubble sheet on March 13th, and complete the exam at home on their own.
Online registration window: 2/15/2020 - 3/12/2021
Exam pickup: March 13th, 9AM-10:00AM;
There will be a table outside at the lower high-school entrance (where student parking is located). As long as you registered online, you will have an exam and pre-filled answer bubble sheet awaiting you on this date. You will simply pickup your practice ACT materials on this morning, and will then complete the exam at home (following the instructions listed in your handout of materials).
Exam return: March 14th, 9AM-1:30PM;
After picking up your exam materials on March 13th, you will then have an entire day to complete the ACT practice exam at home, on your own time. There are instructions contained in your materials that describe how to time yourself and take the exam. When you've completed the exam, you must bring the completed bubble sheet back to the school on Sunday, March 14th.
Your results will be returned: March 18th, by 5PM.
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Note: registration for the practice test will close on Friday, March 12th, 2020, at 12:00PM. If you have any questions, email us! (See our contact page).
Saturday, March 13th, 2021
There will be a table outside at the lower high-school entrance (where student parking is located).
Sunday, March 14th, 2021
Exam pickup and return:
Denfeld High School
401 N 44th Ave W, Duluth, MN 55807
Student entrance (students will simply pick up their exam materials on this date); there will be a table outside and an attendee collecting exams
1 pencil, 1 calculator (there are no restrictions on calculator models -- all calculators are allowed)
NOTE: calculators will NOT be provided if a student forgets! There is a Math section that will be much more difficult in the absence of a calculator.
NO! While the exam itself is identical to a real ACT (content, format, and structure), the scores themselves are not eligible to be submitted to colleges.
This practice exam is used only for practice purposes! The advantage of this practice test is two-fold: first, it is less than half the cost of the real ACT. Second, students will be able to review their results and review each and every question they answered incorrectly.
We want all students to be able to take this practice exam. If you need financial assistance to register, please contact us directly: Email email@example.com