Usually you do not need to take the SAT or ACT for community college. The only way to be sure is to go to the website of the community college you are looking at and check their admission requirements.
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I heard that you don'ty need an ACT score, but you just need a SAT Score and it doesn't mattern what it is, as long as you get one.
You only need to take it if you want to get into a college or university that is not a community college. It depends what college you want to go to, a good ACT score is a 30, but not many people score this, the average is about a 20 or 25, and a good SAT score is a 1500 is the average, and the highest is 2400. It all depends on what your college of choice requires, most ivy league schools require higher than average scores, but you also need a good GPA.
You can take the ACT again and try for a better score. Or you go to a Community College and set a good record there and transfer later. A third choice is to find another college that doesn't require a 19.
yes, but I'm not sure why you would really want to. Once you are accepted into a University the next test you should focus on (if you plan to continue to graduate school) is the GRE or GMAT not the ACT. However, if you are currently attending a community college (or other institution that does not require ACT scores for admittance) then you will, of course, still need to take the ACT if you plan to attend a state university.
No, depends what test the college of your choice wants.
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Most universities do not require the ACT. Most just state that if you submit the ACT, the writing portion is required. In addition, typically with a good solid two semesters of community college coursework, the standardize testing is not that important of an issue (depending on the institution).
If you are planning on going to college to get your minimum of five years, then you have to take the ACT or SAT, depends on what your college requires.If you are planning on going to college to get your minimum of five years, then you have to take the ACT or SAT, depends on what your college requires.
It is recommended that you take the ACT the spring of your junior year. This will give you time to re-take the test if you were unhappy with your score. you need to take the ACT before you apply to college and make sure the ACT people are sending the scores to all the colleges that you will be applying to.
Community college, lol.
Chattanooga State Community College does not have a minimum ACT score. Students who score above 26 on the ACT will be placed at college level in all areas but scores under 19 in math and reading will be placed at a transitional level for further assessment.
community college and slum dog private college may accept you if you score low in ACT. don't afraid my dear kids.
The SAT or ACT.
community college and slum dog private college may accept you if you score low in ACT. don't afraid my dear kid
No, the school does not require the SAT or the ACT.
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You can get into most community colleges with a score or 17-18.
you need to be really good in math. and be able to do like chemistry and algebra. you also need to go to college for this and take an ACT.
The average GPA required to get in to Seminole Community College is a 3.0 . SAT and ACT scores can help or hurt your chances of admittance.
Hunter College requires the SAT, not the ACT. Freshman applicants on average have a score of 1220.
If you are interested in going to college you need to take the SAT or the ACT. If you are not interested in going to college then taking the tests would serve no purpose to you. Most college accept both tests, but look into what the college you want to go to requires.
In order to be considered for a good college or university, you either have to do well on either the SATs or the ACTs.If you don't pass, you can take courses at a local community college to complete an Associate's Degree and often transfer into a better college without having SAT of ACT scores.