What is the ACt score to get into EKU?
Check out the link, "EKU Admission Requirements." http://www.eku.edu/futurestudents/requirements.php
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Answer . Just try to get above an 1500 which is still kinda low. 1800 and above is best. I know someone who had an 1800 and got in there.. I think you were talkong about sat not act!!!. Yes, the ACT is on a 0-36 scale, with a 36 being a perfect score. I would aim for a 30 or higher... you can g…et a full-ride scholarship almost anywhere with a 30 or above on your ACT. My neighbor went to Harvard full-ride with a 30, so you'd be good for UCLA with at least that. I also believe they want you to take the writing portion of the ACT as well. So make sure you do that too. (MORE)
The act is scored in a similar fashion to a bell curve.. view http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Actgraph.jpg. The national average is about 20, so a good score depends on what kind of a student you are. Scoring ranges from 1-36. However, less than two percent of students score from 30-36. The 90%… percentile is typically around 27, so a score of 27 or higher would be excellent. (MORE)
In 1970, the average ACT scores was about an 18. Now it's like a 21. So its about three points higher. If you got a 28 on your ACT in 1970, it would be the equivalent of having a 31 on your ACT now.
ACTs are scored with a maximum score of 36. This means that you answered every single question on the test correctly. A 36 is comparable to a 2400 on the SATs.
On the ACT achievement test, a composite score of 20 indicates aroughly average (just above 50 percent) performance based onpercentile ranking of the scores achieved by other test-takersaround the nation. It is important to note that a composite scoreis the result of an averaging of the scores achie…ved on each of thefour primary sections of the ACT: English, Mathematics, Reading,and Science. One may have special strengths or weaknesses in thesesections that are not evident in the composite score taken alone. (MORE)
\n24 is automatic, but a 22 or 23 would still work with testing in. \n24 is automatic, but a 22 or 23 would still work with testing in
Spelman College is a college for black women located in Atlanta.The required ACT score for admission is a composite score of 20.
Thirty six is the highest score a person can get on the ACT. Ageneral rule is that any score that is above fifteen is a goodscore.
There is not an ACT minimum for NYU admissions but the average score (as of 2006-2007) was 28-31.
It is a good score! But it really depends on what school you are trying to get into.. A state school: It is a very good score and you will be fine.. School more competative: Their ranges are typically like 22-28 or so and you will most likey get in (also depending on GPA).. Schools like Harvard: …Sorry but no where near good enough.. So, depends on the school. 25 is a good score and about 81% in the U.S.. But if you are looking for scholarships...that is another issue because I got a 25 and have over a 4.0 and I needed scholarship money..and you get good money when you get a 28. With a 25 and a decent GPA, you will get a little money but if you want a lot of money, you have to raise it a couple points.. But overall, pretty good score! (MORE)
such a good score that it is clear you too smart to not know how good it is, and that you are just showing off :) Not really. I'm 12 and I got 28, and I know someone in my grade who got 34. But it's good compared to the national average
That depends on if it is a composite score or a score on one particular section of the ACT. See the Related Link for more information.
This is an okay ACT score. It meet bench marks but will not get youa scholarship just because of the score.
\nA high ACT score depends on the college you plan on applying to.\nA 20 composite is roughly the national average while some private schools require well above a 30. \nMost State and Public schools require a 23-24 minimum depending on the school.
If a young 13 year old (Sept. BD) in 8th grade scored a composite score of 21 on the ACT, would that be considered a good score, all things considered?
The highest score on the ACT is a 36. This is comparable to a 2400 on the SAT. A score of 36 on each section of the four sections on the test means you answered every question correctly with up to two questions wrong on the reading section. Additionally, the average of the four sections can be round…ed up (i.e. An average of 35.5 will round to 36). (MORE)
I am not sure exactly what she got, but the national average is 20, so I'm guessing it is about 10 or so.
Yes, it puts you in the 92%+ percentile. The highest score is a 36. see link for more info on ACT scores.
There is no passing score for the ACT. However, as a benchmark, you can say a score between 20 and 23 is average (comparable to a passing score).
it is almost a perfect score. i got a 17.sucks for me actually it is a perfect score, not almost.. i guess that's why this person only got a 17 I got a 17 on reading and a 24 on math. I'm in fifth grade
The ACT test is out of 36. Getting a 36 is comparable to getting a 2400 on the SAT's. I would suggest taking both tests.
Average freshman high school GPA: 3.90 Average freshman SAT verbal score: 715 Average freshman SAT math score: 722 Average freshman ACT score: 26 best of luck finding your college
\nYes actually;\nthere are several websites out there, but I'll help the best I can:\n(Note: these are all "ish" and relative values for IQ/SAT/ACT scores so give or take some)\nCLASS | SAT | ACT | IQ |\n_______________________________\nLower | 750 | 18 |
I got a 26 on my ACTand I am soon to be a senior, and I have a 3.5 GPA. Most of my teachers have guaranteed that I will get into a top 100 school easily. So I would say yes, a very good score.
community college and slum dog private college may accept you if you score low in ACT. don't afraid my dear kids.
22 LSU - Freshman Admission Requirements There are three factors that will be initially considered for admission to LSU. . Incoming freshman must have at least a 3.0 academic GPA calculated from academic core courses. . Students must also have completed at least 18 units of college prepatory… courses. . Applicants must have a minimum of SAT score (critical reading and math) of 1030 or at least a composite ACT score of 22 (MORE)
i hope so cause that's what i got lol. it should be pretty good. we did our best right?
It depends on where you plan on going for college . If you are applying to somewhere like Harvard or yale...then you should think about taking the ACT again. But this may be good for a community college.
I took the same grade 14 and I am going to retake it because it's not good, for universities sorry
there is no pass or fail.. it is simply a intelligence test to gauge how bright you are.
The ACT is not a test that is necessarily passed or failed. It is a college entrance exam that is used to determine a students ability to use skills that they should have learned in high school at entry level college classes. Each college has different requirements for what they deem to be "passing.…" Check on your college of choice's web page or call the admissions office for information on admissions requirements. (MORE)
One percent or less of all participants receive a score of 36 on the ACT.
ACT tests are scored up to 36. You get point fr every answer you get correct. And, you are not penalized for any questions that you get wrong, like on the SAT.
There is no 'pass/fail' aspect to the ACT. It is graded on a scale of 1-36. The standards of the colleges to which a person plans to apply typically determine one's acceptable score range.
Freshman Admission Criteria . Applicants who have graduated or will graduate from a secondary school prior to enrollment at NIU must meet the following criteria to be considered for admission: * . Class rank, grade point average, and ACT/SAT scores: Applicants who rank in the upper half of thei…r graduating class or who have a grade point average of at least 2.75 on a 4.00 scale must have a composite ACT score of at least 19 or an SAT score (CR+M) of at least 870. OR Applicants who do not rank in the upper half of their class but who rank in the upper two-thirds of their graduating class, or who have a grade point average of at least 2.50 on a 4.00 scale , must have a composite ACT score of at least 23 or an SAT score of at least 1030. New ACT/SAT writing tests Although NIU welcomes the addition of the writing tests introduced by both ACT and SAT, NIU will recommend but not require the ACT writing test, and will consider only the SAT critical reading ad mathematics scores (CR+M) for admission consideration until the predictive value of the writing tests is determined. * Weighted and unweighted class rank and weighted and unweighted grade point average will be considered. . High school course requirements: All applicants must have successfully completed 15 units of the high school courses listed in the catalog. Applicants who are not high school graduates prior to enrollment at NIU must: . Have attained high school equivalency through General Education Development (GED) tests. . Have an ACT composite score of at least 23 or an SAT score (CR+M) of at least 1030. Freshman priority application consideration for summer session 2008 and fall semester 2008 Priority consideration will be given to individuals whose applications are complete by February 1, 2008 who rank in the upper third of their high school class and have an ACT composite score of at least 21 or SAT score (CR+M) of at least 950 or an equivalent ACT/SAT rank combination. These individuals will be admitted and notified of their admission decision on a rolling admission basis. Personal statement A personal statement is strongly recommended only for students who do not satisfy priority consideration parameters. The statement should focus on areas such as leadership experiences, expected contributions to the NIU community, and any personal experiences in overcoming adversity.. (MORE)
Standardized Tests . Scores. Verbal. Math. Writing. Composite (out of). SAT I *. 530 - 650. 540 - 660. 530 - 650. 1600 - 1960 (2400). ACT *. 22 - 29. 24 - 29. N/A. 23 - 29 (36) .
The minimum ACT score to get into the University of Oklahoma is a 24. However, if you don't have a 24 you can get into this University by having a 3.0 and rank in the top 30 percent of your class. If you don't have either of these, you can be wait listed and still might be able to get into the uni…versity. (MORE)
the answer would be not on ANSWERs because u have to go on bing and type it then click the website that isn't in yellow
depending on the school you want to attend, if you want to attend an ivy league school you might wanna aim higher, but its exceptional
You will need at least a 35 on your act. I got a 36 and am attending Harvard. My salary is 199,000 dollars an hour
It is pretty low. The best score you can get is a 36. The national average is around 22, so keep working.
I don't think that FIDM has a set ACT score since the school doesn't require students to take the SAT or the ACT before applying. I have friends who graduated from FIDM and they didn't take the ACT or the SAT so don't worry about taking the test if you haven't already. If you did take the test, just… submit your scores so the advisers can see it and who knows, I'm sure it will help your chances of getting accepted. Good luck! (MORE)
You can get a good ACT score by starting early and studying regularly. While this advice may sound common, that is because it is true. Plan well ahead of your study date to make sure you have enough time to be comfortable with all of the information you need to know to do well on the test.
ACT scores are never averaged and most colleges only take a person's best score from one sitting of the exam. However, there are a few colleges and universities out there that will superscore ACT composite scores. "Superscoring" is when, if someone takes multiple ACT tests, colleges will take the be…st subsections on each of the tests and come up with a new composite. For example, if someone received a 24 in English, 26 in Math, 28 in Science, and a 30 in Reading on their first try, that would be a score of 27. Imagine that they took the test a second time and got a 32 in English, a 30 in Math, a 28 in Science, and a 26 in Reading, which would be a composite score of 29. If a college were to superscore this student's ACT results, this student's new composite score would be a 30, consisting of a 32 in English, a 30 in Math, a 28 in Science, and a 30 in Reading...make sense? I hope so(: (MORE)
no, im a 7th grader and I got 25. I'm a 7th grader and I got 28. One kid in my grade got 34
For the best information check their website, send the school an email, or give them a call. Besides, your ACT score is not the sole determinent of being accepted or denied.
There is no ACT score you must have to be a lawyer. An ACT score is what is needed to get into most colleges, but students who want to be lawyers need to go to law school. This is something they do after four years at a college or university. When you apply to law school, you take a test called the …LSAT. This is required for law school admissions. (MORE)
Normally when people raise their ACT score, they do not raise it by much. For example, a person that received an 18 is unlikely to receive a 30 when they retake the test. It is much more likely that a person who received a 20 will receive a 22 the next time. Of course, the best way to increase one's… chances of scoring better on the ACT is to study. (MORE)
For first-time admission as a freshman, UNC requires a minimum composite ACT of 16. Starting with Fall 2013, they will require a minimum composite ACT of 17. You don't have to meet the minimum if the Chancellor wants to grant you an exception. That's limited to 1% of the incoming freshman class…. If you are transferring in from another college, they look primarily at your academic performance at the other college. (MORE)
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