Many high school students spend months preparing for the ACT, one of two major college admissions tests, in the hopes of getting a perfect score of 36.
Made up of four sections and an optional writing portion, the ACT gives students an average score based on their performance in the four subject areas: English, math, reading and science. If a student scores poorly on one section, their entire score will drop.
In the past, students who were unhappy with their scores would have to retake the...
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