The ACT test contains four curriculum-based, multiple choice tests that measure academic achievement in the areas of English, mathematics, reading, and science, as well as an optional Writing Test, for which students complete an essay.
- What is the ACT?
- Frequently Asked Questions
- ACT Test Registration
- ACT Fees
- ACT Test Dates
- ACT Test Prep
- ACT Scores
- All Wisconsin high schools are required to administer the ACT® Plus Writing and the ACT® WorkKeys® tests to junior students in March. Visit the DPI website for additional information. Junior students wishing to take an additional ACT test(s) should register for the exam online at www.actstudent.org.
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ACT Test Prep
- ACT Online Prep™
The only test preparation program designed exclusively by ACT test development professionals!
- The Real ACT Prep Guide
The official ACT prep guide—the only one that includes five actual retired ACT tests—each with an optional Writing Test.
- ACT Question of the Day
Each day we post a new ACT Test practice question.
- Preparing for the ACT or Preparación para el examen de ACT (PDF; 72 pages, 2.1MB)
A free student preparation booklet available from most high schools and colleges—includes test information, complete practice tests with scoring keys, and a writing prompt.
- Sample test questions
- Test tips
- Test descriptions
ACT WorkKeys helps ensure that individuals are ready for work—and for life. Students take these assessments when they begin high school to help them understand the skill levels required for the careers they are considering.
WorkKeys Test Prep