What is the ACT?
ACT stands for American College Test. The ACT is designed to assess high school students' general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work. The test covers four subject areas: English, mathematics, reading and science. Each subject area test receives a score ranging from one to 36. The composite score is the average of all four subject area test scores. Many colleges and universities use ACT scores as a factor in making admissions decisions.
How can I prepare to take the ACT?
Wichita State University offers several ACT prep workshops throughout the year. Normally, students must pay $28 to attend a workshop, but eligible Talent Search students may attend one WSU Act Workshop for free.
To register for any of the workshops, please complete the form here.
Talent Search also provides ACT workshops and informational sessions at high schools. Dates and locations vary. Please contact Talent Search for more information.
Questions about the ACT?
Contact Sara Baltazar, ACT/SAT Coordinator, for more information at 316-978-6755.