Do you need help preparing for the ACT test? We have compiled a list of resources to help you navigate this important college entrance exam.
How much does the ACT exam cost?
Where are the testing centers in Boone and Callaway counties?
What are the deadlines to register for the ACT exam?
Most importantly, how can I study for this test?
Learn more by reviewing our online guide to ACT preparation. Young adults are also encouraged to borrow one of our many printed ACT test guides, or take free online practice exams through LearningExpress Library.
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The ACT exam is a standardized test required for admission at many colleges and universities. The exam covers four skills areas: English, mathematics, reading and science.
How much does it cost?
It costs $46.00 take the ACT exam; this cost increases to $62.50 if you are required to take the writing test as well. A fee waiver is available for low-income students; however, ACT requires that you meet with your guidance counselor to see if you qualify.
Where can I take the ACT exam?
The ACT test is offered at dozens of locations throughout Boone and Callaway counties, including most public high schools. Search online to find a testing location near you.
Take free online practice exams through LearningExpress Library. Please note that you will need your library card number to login. Your PIN is your birthdate (MMDDYYYY). If you have questions or encounter difficulties logging in, please call (573) 443-3161 or (800) 324-4806.