Purpose: To assess students' academic readiness for college.
Grade Level/Class: 11-12
Description: The ACT (No Writing) consists of four multiple-choice tests: English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science.
Use of Data: Eligibility for Graduation with Honors, Tennessee Hope Scholarship, dual credit enrollment requirement; course placement in fourth year Math.
Tentative Dates: Senior Retake (from Spring 2020) September 22, 2020, Additional Senior Retake December 12, 2020, Juniors March 16, 2021.
Testing Times: 175 minutes
Parental/Student Notification: Available to students and parents through their online ACT account within three to eight weeks.
Grades: No grades are given on this assessment.
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