ACT has rescheduled its April 4 national test date as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Registered students should have received an email informing them of the postponement and instructions for free rescheduling to June 13 or a future national test date. You’ll find answers to a list of frequently asked questions on their website.
In the meantime, the library has several online resources to help you further hone your English, math, reading and science skills. Take free online practice exams through LearningExpress Library, or check out our eBook study guides:
- “Princeton Review ACT Premium Prep” (2020)
- “The Official ACT Prep Guide” (2019-2020)
- “The Official ACT Prep Guide” (2018)
- “Gruber’s Complete ACT Guide” (2019-2020)
- “Ace the ACT” (2017)
Please note that you will need a DBRL library card to access these resources. Your PIN is your birthdate (MMDDYYYY). If you have questions or encounter difficulties logging in, please email email@example.com.
ACT also provides several free online resources to help you prepare:
Download a free ACT practice test and study guide.
Through video lessons, interactive practice questions, full-length practice tests, educational games, and other materials targeted to your academic needs, ACT Academy provides you with a personalized study plan based on your previous test scores.
Testive.com is also offering free proctored ACT practice exams online through May 30, 2020. Learn more.