How far back can you get ACT scores?

How far back can you get ACT scores?

How long are my ACT scores valid? Like the SAT, 5 years about the cutoff. Technically the scores are never terminated, but ACT suggests using those scores may not be worth it. In any case, you can request to have your scores sent for any test date after October 1, 1996.

How can I get my old ACT scores without ACT ID?

You can find your ACT ID number on your admission ticket and official ACT score report, which was sent to the high school and colleges you requested….If you can’t find your ACT ID, call ACT, Inc. to get it.

  1. Your full name.
  2. Your test date.
  3. Your home address (when you tested)
  4. Your birth date.

Can I get a PDF of my ACT scores?

Once you log in to your account, click on the SCORES link at the top of the page. Then click on the date of the test, this will open the score report. Currently a PDF version of the score report is not available in MyACT. To save as a PDF select Save as PDF in the printer destination box.

How can I get my ACT scores without ACT ID?

If you don’t know your ACT ID, you can try to retrieve it by calling the ACT at 319-337-1270. The ACT agent may ask you for other identifying information like your address when you took the test and your test date.

Can you look up your ACT score?

How can I see my scores? When available, your scores are posted online and accessed using your MyACT account. ACT Customer Support cannot provide your scores by phone, email, chat, or fax. Multiple choice scores are normally available two weeks after each national test date, but it can sometimes take up to eight weeks.

Is a 22 on ACT bad?

A score of 22 is better than average. It places you in the top 63rd percentile nationally out of the 2 million test takers of the ACT entrance exam. The score indicates you’ve done an above above average job answering the questions on the English, Math, Reading and Science sections of the test.