What is the ACT?
The ACT is a standardized test which is designed to demonstrate college readiness for people who wish to attend college in the United States. The test was first administered in 1959, as an alternative to the SAT Reasoning Test, another college admissions test which is widely used in the United States.
What is the ACT® Test?
The ACT® test is an aptitude test geared toward measuring high school student's education level and likelihood of successfully handling college courses. Originally designed to compete with the SAT® test administered by the college board, the ACT® test is now accepted by many colleges and universities as an acceptable substitute