About ACT

The leading college admissions test that measures what you learn in high school to determine your academic readiness for university.
The ACT is an admissions exam used by universities to evaluate undergraduate applicants. All four-year universities in the US, and more than 200 universities outside of the US, accept and value the ACT.

Registration Tips

International test dates are for the all countries outside of the US, and US territories. This includes Canada, beginning in September of 2018. All students testing outside the United States, United States territories, or Puerto Rico, must register on the web. You must establish a free MyACT account in order to register.
New to International Test Dates: If you have missed the on-time registration deadline for a test date, you will have the option to pay a late registration fee and test at your desired location, if a seat is available. There will no longer be a standby testing option at international test centers.
All requests for accommodations, including appeals, must be submitted by the late registration deadline through the Test Accessibility and Accommodations (TAA) system.
For each of the two days within a testing window, there will be morning and afternoon sessions offered. Session availability may vary by test center.