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ACT is the most popular college entrance test in the United States, with more than 2 million test takers annually in the country. ACT scores are accepted by all universities and colleges in the U.S. as well as many prestigious universities around the world.

ACT is not only an aptitude test but also trusted as an accurate college readiness measurement. With results broken down and analyzed by specific indicators, the ACT score report provides an invaluable career orientation tool for students.

The ACT is the only university admissions test from the United States that measures science and higher-level math skills-an advantage for students studying in these fields. More US high school graduates take the ACT test, than any other university admissions test. ACT scores can be used for many scholarship applications.

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    English

    The first section is the 45-minute English test covering usage/mechanics, sentence structure, and rhetorical skills. The 75-question test consists of five passages with various sections underlined on one side of the page and options to correct the underlined portions on the other side of the page. Specifically, questions focus on usage and mechanics – issues such as commas, apostrophes, (misplaced/dangling) modifiers, colons, and fragments and run-ons – as well as on rhetorical skills – style (clarity and brevity), strategy, transitions, and organization (sentences in a paragraph and paragraphs in a passage) – and sentence structure – constructing sentences in a stylistically and grammatically correct manner.

    • 75 multiple choice questions
    • Duration: 45 minutes
    • Grammar, punctuation, sentence structure and rhetorical skills

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    MATHS

    The ACT mathematics test is one of four multiple-choice tests you will encounter on ACT test day (along with the optional writing test, if you signed up to take it). This test measures the math skills students have typically gained at school up to the beginning of grade 12.

    The test contains 60 questions, and you will have 60 minutes to complete them. You may use an ACT-approved calculator on the test, but it is not required.

    It covers math skills related to real and complex number systems, algebra, functions, geometry, and statistics and probability, and how well you can synthesize and apply your understanding of these concepts to solve complex problems.

    • 60 multiple choice questions
    • Duration: 60 minutes
    • Algreba 1 and 2, geometry and trigonometry

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    READING

    The ACT reading test is one of four multiple-choice tests (along with the optional reading test) you will take on ACT test day. The reading test measures your ability to read closely, reason logically about text using evidence, and integrate information from multiple sources.

    The reading test contains 40 questions, to be answered over 35 minutes. There are four sections to the test, three of which contain one long prose passage and one that contains two shorter prose passages. The passages represent the levels and kinds of text commonly encountered in first-year college curricula.

    • 40 multiple choice questions
    • Duration: 35 minutes
    • 4 types of passages: literary/prose fiction narrative, social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences, 10 questions each passage.

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    SCIENCE

    The ACT science test is one of four multiple-choice tests (along with the optional writing test) you will take on ACT test day. The science test measures the interpretation, analysis, evaluation, reasoning, and problem-solving skills required in the natural sciences.
    The test contains 40 questions, and you will have 35 minutes to complete them. The content includes biology, chemistry, Earth and space sciences (geology, astronomy, and meteorology), and physics. You do not need to have advanced knowledge of these areas but instead should have background knowledge you have acquired in high school classes.

    • 40 multiple choice questions
    • Duration: 35 minutes
    • Questions include scientifc texts, graphs, tables, research summaries

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    WRITING (OPTIONAL)

    Some universities (or academic programs within those universities) require the ACT writing test for admission, while others do not. This is why ACT made the writing test the only optional section of the overall ACT test.

    The writing test contains a single question describing a complex issue and asks you to share your perspective on that issue. Your score will not be affected by the point of view you take on that issue.

    *The candidates are advised to choose this test due to the fact that a large number of Universities in the world request it.

6Opportunities per year
215Questions in total
36Maximum composite score
175Duration of non-writing test in minutes

EMG Education has exclusive rights to distribute ACT’s official premium test prep resources to students, schools and organizations in Vietnam.

ACT Online Prep

Get ready for the ACT with ACT Online Prep (AOP). It’s a great way to prepare for the ACT, built by the test makers themselves. The practice questions and tests are taken from previous ACT tests, which helps you get used to the format and avoid surprises on test day.

The Official ACT Prep Guide

Review and answer actual ACT test questions from four full-length tests, with explanations for all correct and incorrect answer choices and insight into how the test is scored. You’ll have access to hundreds of bonus practice questions online, available to you through a unique PIN with purchase of the guide.

Official ACT Sample Tests

Includes all four mandatory sections of the ACT test. Prepare for the test with real questions from past ACT papers, and understand how well you perform in each test subject

PreACT

Early practice for the ACT test with flexible test administration dates – test on your schedule. PreACT score and predicted ACT score ranges align to the ACT 1 – 36 scale. Students may opt to share their information with colleges and scholarship agencies.

SCHEDULE ACT 2019 – 2020

Starting in September of 2018, all students taking the ACT outside of the U.S. will be taking the computer-based test, enabling faster scoring and result.

Test Date Registration Deadline Late Registration  Deadline
July 13, 2019June 21, 2019June 28, 2019
September 13 -14, 2019August 23, 2019September 06, 2019
October 11-12, 2019September 20, 2019October 04, 2019
December 13-14, 2019November 22, 2019December 06, 2019
February 7-8, 2020January 17, 2020January 31, 2020
April 3-4, 2020March 13, 2020March 27, 2020
June 12-13, 2020May 22, 2020June 5, 2020

The ACT exam fee

 Test optionFeeDetails
 ACT (Non-Writing)$150Includes reports for you, your high school, and up to four colleges (if codes are provided when you register).
 ACT (With Writing)$166.50Includes reports for you, your high school, and up to four colleges (if codes are provided when you register).
The writing test fee $16.50 is refundable on written request if you are absent on test day or switch to ACT (no writing) before testing begins.

Additional fees

ServicesFeeDetails
 Score reports to 5th and 6th college choices$13/schoolRequest online before the test date.
 Late registration$32
 Test date change$30

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TEST CENTERS

EMG Education runs two ACT Test Centers in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City:

HCMC

19 Vo Van Tan, Ward 6, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City

+84 28 39330455

ACT Test Center: act.hcm@emg.vn

Hanoi

Test center: Hanoi University, 264  Nguyen Trai Street, Thanh Xuan, Hanoi.

EMG Office: 10th floor, TNR Tower, 54A Nguyen Chi Thanh, Dong Da, Hanoi

+84 24 39446664

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