ACT Computer-Based Testing: Myths, Facts, and FAQs
The switch to computer-based delivery of the ACT®
test at non-US test centers has many students, parents, and education stakeholders wondering how the change will affect them. Common questions include:
- Is the content of the ACT test changing?
- Will universities still accept ACT test scores?
- Can I still get test accommodations?
- How can students prepare to take the test?
ACT will present a webinar designed to answer these questions and many more before students start taking the test on computers starting this September.
The webinar will cover some misconceptions about ACT computer-based testing (CBT), give participants a look at the CBT registration and testing experiences, describe how CBT offers more time for university and career planning, and answer some frequently asked questions about CBT. Participants will get a chance to interact and get answers from ACT testing experts. Who Should Attend:
Students, parents, counsellors, instructors, and education stakeholders interested in learning more about the new test platform.