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I took it as a 7th grader. (Now going into 8th). I took it and got a 17
i just got a pathetic score of 30 :/
Dude. 30 is great.
it was pathetic for my parents...
17 was pathetic for me.
I had 31 still didn't get in engineering school
you can take up to three times before they start averaging your score
what's your weakest subject?
math :( i got a 24 in math 30 english 8 writing 28 in science 29 in reading
8 out of 15 right?
What's the highest you can get? o.o
ACT is out of 36
Like 36 for each subject? Or 26 altogether?
no 12. 2 ppl grade your essay on a scale of 6. both of my graders gave me a 4
How can you get a total of 36 with 5 subjects? o.o
science was pretty easy when I took it ; you didn't have to know any science , just have to read the graph/chart
each subject is out of 36 , then they average it for your final score
I guess you can improve your math score, get it up close to 30
Can you take the ACT or SATs online or just in a classroom or schoolroom?
just in a classroom
you need it for college admission though
That's what I thought. Cool. I got so confused in college planner.
They crammed a ton of stuff into a few months of school. It was like @ . @
Haha not since 8th grade. I'm graduating next year. When I took it my scores were in the 9-11th grade levels but I'm scared of the PSAT and SAT. I think I'm going to try to take them this fall.
math just takes experience
if ur a math person u shuld take the ACT instead of the SAT. SAT is more vocab and reading. Im graduating this year and Ive only taken the ACT once. I wish i culd take the PSAT, but since im graduating from high school in 3 years, I lost the opportunity to take it.
I'm better in language arts/English etc. I suck at math haha I can't remember formulas.
out of curiosity , did you take any ACT prep course?
i took an act prep course. I got 2 book included. The Real ACT and Barrons
I think the higher you go in ranks the less they pay attention to your test scores. At some point your score will be no different than any other person applying. I got a 24 over all and I got some pretty good scholarships. It just depends on the school you apply to.
I wanna go to FSU. :D
nooooooo here just like, go to chat.
**tip--private colleges tend to be generous with scholarship
yes, I am
did u get scholarships with ur ACT score?
University of Illinois no, I didn't even get in engineering program with my ACT score, I had to wait a semester
university of michigan ann arbor wants female engineers. one of my friends got a 25 on her ACT applied just for the heck of it, and got accepted just because she put engineering down as her major. her gpa wasnt that great either
females have it too easy
so are you thinking about studying engineering
I applied to a lot of private schools and a couple of public schools but I saw that private schools gave out more money. Then tend to cover most of my cost. There are a lot of good private engineering schools like cal tech and harvey mudd. I got into Bucknell which is a good private school for undergraduate engineering. My friend got accepted to Lehigh. I think the best engineering school that I got accepted to was UCSD.
Any tips for getting into MIT?
My prep books were The Real ACT. Helped lots
undergraduate for pharmacy is actually pretty easy
in what way? academic wise or admission wise?
I thought you needed to go to grad school to be a pharmacist
academic wise; you would either be bio or chem major
yes. I will be a chem major according to my counselor. and @ romero yes pharmacy requires grad school. its just like any medical profession you do a science major, then grad school