How do I find my ACT scores without an account?
If you don’t have an online account, you can create one. However, you’ll need to know your ACT ID number in order to access your scores. You can find your ACT ID number on your admission ticket and official ACT score report, which was sent to the high school and colleges you requested.
How do I get my ACT score if I lost it?
Request Your Scores
You can find old ACT test scores from October 1966 until the present. If you don’t know your password or other online account details, you can email the ACT help desk, use the online chat feature, or call 319-337-1270 for assistance. By phone: Order scores by phone by calling 319-337-1270.
How do I get my ACT scores PDF?
Once you log in to your My.ACT.org account, click on the SCORES link at the top of the page. Then click on the date of the test, this will open the score report. Currently a PDF version of the score report is not available in MyACT.
Do ACT scores expire?
SAT and ACT scores do not expire. However, SAT tests that are more than five years old are sent with a supporting document explaining that the scores may no longer be valid due to the age of the test, especially since both tests undergo renewal and changes with relative frequency.
What is a good ACT score 2020?
Typically, ACT scores in the 50th percentile (20) are considered average, while scores in the 75th percentile (24) and 90th percentile (29) are considered good and excellent, respectively.
What do I do if I lost my ACT ID number?
If you don’t know your ACT ID, you can try to retrieve it by calling the ACT at 319-337-1270. The ACT agent may ask you for other identifying information like your address when you took the test and your test date.
Is a 21 on the ACT good?
Is a 21 ACT Score (50th Percentile) Good? A 21 ACT score is a little bit better than the average score of 20.8. Because of this, a 21 is a commonly accepted score at many schools, but it may not make you competitive at selective schools.
What is the average ACT score?
The composite score on the ACT ranges from 1 to 36. The national average composite score was 20.6 for the class of 2020, per recent data from the ACT organization. This number marks a slight dip from the prior year, when the composite score averaged 20.7 for the class of 2019.