ACT (American College Testing)is a standardized test for US college admission produced by ACT, Inc. The ACT multiple-choice tests cover English, Math, Reading, and Science. There is also an optional Writing test.
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- ACTstudent.org QUESTION OF THE DAY
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- Amazon.com ACT Test Prep Resources
- Barron's ACT Books
- CollegeConfidential: SAT & ACT Discussion Boards
- Kaplan ACT Online Course
- McGraw-Hill 10 ACT Practice Tests, 3rd or 2011 Edition 4 book test, 2 cd-rom tests, 2 online tests)
- OnlineTestPrep: SAT or ACT
- Peterson's ACT FAQs
- Princeton Review ACT Online Course
- SparkNotes ACT
- Test-Guide.com ACT
The standardized-test smackdown by DAVID KAPLAN, Fortune/CNNMoney.com, 11/30/2009
The makers of the SAT and ACT are fighting for market share as more college-bound students sit for entrance exams.
ACT vs. SAT by MICHELLE SLATALLA, NYTimes 11/04/2007
"Now, with some Ivy League schools rejecting nine of 10 qualified candidates, applicants are looking for any edge to improve their chances. Many, particularly those in traditional SAT territory, are taking both tests and submitting the higher score or both scores. . . But not everybody has the time or money to prepare for both tests. And the truth is, most probably don’t need to. While the tests have distinct personalities — the ACT is curriculum-based, while the SAT is aimed more at general reasoning and problem-solving skills — spokesmen for both say their formats favor only one type of student: the one with a good grasp of material taught in rigorous high school courses."