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Description of the ACT


The ACT (No Writing) consists of four multiple-choice tests: English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science. The ACT Plus Writing includes the four multiple-choice tests and a Writing Test.


 

































Test     Content
English 75 questions 45 minutes Measures standard written English and rhetorical skills.
Mathematics 60 questions 60 minutes Measures mathematical skills students have typically acquired in courses taken up to the beginning of grade 12.
Reading 40 questions 35 minutes Measures reading comprehension.
Science 40 questions 35 minutes Measures the interpretation, analysis, evaluation, reasoning, and problem-solving skills required in the natural sciences.
Optional Writing Test 1 prompt 30 minutes Measures writing skills emphasized in high school English classes and in entry-level college composition courses.

 



























Test

English


 


<Usage/Mechanics>


*Punctuation


*Grammar and usage


*Sentence structure


<Rhetorical Skills>


*Strategy


*Organization


*Style


Mathematics


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


<Subscores>


1.Pre-Algebra(23%)


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


2.Elementary Algebra(17%)


 


 


 


 


 


3.Intermediate Algebra(15%)


 


 


 


 


 


4.Coordinate Geometry(15%)


 


 


 


5.Plane Geometry(23%)


 


 


 


 


 


 


6.Trigonometry(7%)


 


 


 


 


 


1. Based on basic operations using whole numbers,


decimals, fractions, and integers; place value;


square roots and approximations; the concept of exponents;scientific notation; factors; ratio, proportion,


and percent;linear equations in one variable; absolute


value and ordering numbers by value; elementary


counting techniques and simple probability; data


collection, representation, and interpretation;and


understanding simple descriptive statistics.


 


2. Based on properties of exponents and square roots,


evaluation of algebraic expressions through substitution,


using variables to express functional relationships,


understanding algebraic operations,and the solution


of quadratic equations by factoring


 


3. Based on an understanding of the quadratic formula, rational


and radical expressions, absolute value equations and


inequalities, sequences and patterns, systems of equations,


quadratic inequalities, functions, modeling, matrices, roots of


polynomials, and complex numbers.


 


4.Based on graphing and the relations between equations and


graphs, including points, lines, polynomials, circles, and other


curves; graphing inequalities; slope; parallel and


perpendicular lines; distance; midpoints; and conics.


 


5.Based on the properties and relations of plane figures,


including angles and relations among perpendicular and


parallel lines; properties of circles, triangles, rectangles,


parallelograms, and trapezoids; transformations; the concept


of proof and proof techniques; volume; and applications of


geometry to three dimensions.


 


6.Based on understanding trigonometric relations in right


triangles; values and properties of trigonometric functions;


graphing trigonometric functions; modeling using trigonometric


functions; use of trigonometric identities; and solving


trigonometric equations.


Reading


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


1.Social Studies (25%)


 


 


 


 


2.Natural Sciences (25%)


 


 


 


 


3.Prose Fiction (25%)


 


 


4.Humanities (25%)


 


 


 


1.Based on passages in the content areas of anthropology,


archaeology, biography, business, economics, education,


geography, history, political science, psychology, and


sociology.


 


2.Based on passages in the content areas of anatomy,


astronomy, biology, botany, chemistry, ecology, geology,


medicine, meteorology, microbiology, natural history,


physiology, physics, technology, and zoology.


 


3.Based on intact short stories or excerpts from short stories


or novels.


 


4.Based on passages from memoirs and personal essays


and in the content areas of architecture, art, dance, ethics,


film, language, literary criticism, music, philosophy, radio,


television, and theater.

Science

1.Data Representation (38%)


  


 


 


  


2.Research Summaries (45%)


 


  


3.Conflicting Viewpoints (17%)


 


 


  


1.Presents graphic and tabular material similar to that found


in science journals and texts. The questions associated with


this format measure skills such as graph reading, interpretation


of scatterplots, and interpretation of information presented in


tables, diagrams, and figures.


 


2. Provides descriptions of one or more related experiments.


The questions focus on the design of experiments and the


interpretation of experimental results.


 


3.Presents expressions of several hypotheses or views that,


being based on differing premises or on incomplete data,


are inconsistent with one another. The questions focus on


the understanding, analysis, and comparison of alternative


viewpoints or

Optional Writing Test Measures your writing skills?specifically those writing skills emphasized in high school English classes and in entry-level college composition courses.



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