Juniors in North Carolina will take the ACT Plus Writing test on February 23 during school, for FREE. Register to attend the ACT Prep webinar to learn how the practice test can help you prepare for the ACT, to hear general information about the exam, learn test-taking strategies, and to learn how colleges use your scores in recruitment, admission decision-making, and scholarship consideration. Parents are encouraged to watch the Zoom webinar with their students.
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Date: February 11
Location: Zoom Webinar: online only – Registration required in student portal
Parents are encouraged to watch the webinar with their students.
This webinar will require the following:
- Internet Connection
- Email address to log in to the presentation
You must be able to meet all the above listed criteria to participate in the webinar. If you cannot meet these requirements please do not register to participate in this webinar. You must log in to the webinar on time. You will receive a link and login instructions via email on February 11 prior to the start of the webinar.
The ACT is an entrance exam used by many colleges as one criterion in deciding whom to admit. The test has four sections with multiple-choice questions: Reading, Math, Science, and English, and includes an optional 40-minute writing test. Students typically take the ACT for the first time during the fall or spring of the junior year of high school. Juniors in North Carolina have the privilege of sitting for the test during the school day at their home high school, and Crosby Scholars wants to help them take full advantage of this opportunity.