Pepperdine accepts both the SAT and the ACT. If you take the ACT, they recommend that you take the ACT plus writing. THe school does not look at SAT subject test scores.
There is an 88.7% acceptance rate for kent state university. Kent usually accepts students with an ACT score of 21 or higher.
How can I obtain my ACT scores from 1980?
find ACT scores 1989
ACT scores are not needed to be accepted
community college and slum dog private college may accept you if you score low in ACT. don't afraid my dear kid
Almost all colleges accept ACT scores or SAT scores.
An ACT online preparatory course will improve your test scores on the ACT.
They get low scores because they don't answer enough questions correctly.
ACT of 28
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.
Full Sail University does not require SAT or ACT scores.
The state of Georgia has a college that will accept no SAT scores and a low high school GPA (Georgia Perimeter).
Employers don't look at ACT scores. Community colleges usually offer open enrollment for anyone with a high school diploma, and don't require ACT scores. Four-year universities vary widely in what they consider scores acceptable for enrollment.
Add a point or two to your score. The ACT is easier now and groups like Mensa no longer accept those scores for admission, btw.
39% SAT scores or 88% ACT scores
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i have no idea? i heard it says 16?