2019 was a major year of growth for Test Innovators. To date, we have helped 135,000+ students, and those students have answered more than 20 MILLION questions on our platform. To support this growth, our team nearly doubled in size, so we can continue to enhance student learning.Read More
How is the ACT scored? When and how do you see your scores? How do you send scores to schools you’re applying for?
The team here at Test Innovators has the answers!
How is the test scored?
The multiple-choice sections (English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science) are scored by counting all of your correctly answered questions and converting that number into a scaled score from 1-36. Remember, there is no penalty for incorrect answers. The Composite (overall) score is the average of the four multiple-choice sections.
With an important exam on the horizon, it is completely normal to feel some test anxiety. However, we have some great tips on how to reduce test anxiety and study effectively while you prepare to take the exam.
Tip 1: Study a little bit every day.Read More
Test preparation is known to increase performance on high-stakes tests, but how does it help with test anxiety? Research has shown that exposure, habit formation, skills development, and online preparation are all effective methods to reduce test anxiety, and each method is linked to test preparation.Read More
Recently the makers of the ACT announced three new changes coming to the ACT starting in September of 2020. These changes include online testing, retaking single sections, and superscores.Read More
You’ve practiced, studied, watched videos, and practiced some more. The test is in 24 hours and you’re prepared. But now what are you supposed to do?
For starters, take a second to breathe and congratulate yourself on all the hard work that you’ve put in preparing for this test. You’ve worked hard and there’s no reason to cram in a few hundred vocab words.
Here’s what you can do though:Read More