** Beginning in 2021, ACT is reporting "super scores." A super score is formulated by taking the highest score achieved in each content area throughout a student's ACT testing history. This is different from the composite score which is included on official high school transcripts.
As you study for the ACT, make sure your practice is INFORMED PRACTICE. Time yourself to work on pacing and learn how to correct what you did wrong. Find a mentor who can help you understand anything you're unsure of. Studying a practice test is more helpful than merely studying a subject in general because you can focus on what the ACT actually tests. Pick up a practice test from your counselor or Mrs. Cavey in the counseling center.
Check out college websites to find what ACT score is needed for admissions/scholarships so you know what your ACT goal is.
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