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Act Score Login Portal 2019 and Registration Guide – www.act.org

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Act Score Login Portal and Registration 2019 – www.act.org 

Act Score Login – ACT meaning American College Test. The ACT is a standardized test to test and determine a high school graduate’s preparation for college-level work.

It consists of four areas: English, mathematics, reading, and science reasoning. checking your ACT score isn’t difficult, but you do want to make sure you plan ahead and have the information you’ll need at hand.

Before you begin checking, make sure you know the scores are ready so you won’t have to waste time checking for your score without coming up with something positive. When this information is confirmed, you can proceed to check your ACT score and this article covers the necessary procedures to check your ACT score.

ACT score login portal: log on to your ACT Web Account

How to Register for the ACT

Step 1:

First, log on to your ACT Web Account using the user ID and password you created when you originally signed up for the ACT. If you forgot either your user ID or password, use the “Forgot User ID?” or “Forgot password?” links to retrieve your account info.

Step 2:

Once you log in, you’ll be taken to your ACT Student home page, where you will see a summary of your test registration dates. Click on “Your Test Dates And Scores” in the left column to get to your ACT scores:

Step 3:

Next, you’ll see a table with the date(s) you took the ACT, the type of test you took (ACT or ACT Plus Writing), and a link to view your scores. (Incidentally, you’ll also see any test dates you signed up for and later cancelled, such as my September 2009 test in the screenshot below.)

Click on “View Your Scores” to be taken to your ACT scores page:

step 4.

You will then be prompted to enter your password one more time. Don’t worry, it’s the same one you used before!

Step 5.

Finally, you’ll arrive at your ACT scores page. On this page, you’ll see your composite ACT score (out of 36), your section scores, and your subscores. The subscores are useful in that they give you detailed information about your subject area performance.

Unfortunately, unlike with the SAT, with the ACT you won’t get to see your exact raw scores.

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