Computer-Based Testing

Hear from the experts about ACT computer-based testing

The switch to computer-based delivery of the ACT® test—starting in September 2018 at all non-US test centers—has many students, parents, and educators wondering how the change will affect them. At the link below, you’ll find a recorded webinar and other resources designed to answer your questions, clear up misconceptions, and give you a first look at the computer-based testing environment. Within the webinar video, ACT testing experts present answers to frequently asked questions and answer live questions from participants. Click here to view the webinar, download the slideshow, and get other resources related to computer-based testing.

FAQs: All the answers to your questions about ACT computer-based testing

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Where can I find test centers that offer ACT computer-based testing?

Are your students interested in taking the ACT® test this September? The first step in planning for test day is finding the most convenient locations that offer the computer-based version of the test! (Remember: International test centers will only offer the ACT test via computer starting in September.) To find ACT test center locations, instruct your students to create an account on MyACT.org and start the test registration process. MyACT includes the most up-to-date list of test centers that offer the ACT on computers. This list is subject to change, so be sure to check back often once you have created an account! See below for a video on how to create a MyACT account.

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