More and more high schools and districts have been administering digital ACTs to their students. And while most teens across the United States may still have the paper and pencil testing option, high schoolers abroad are almost entirely restricted to computer-based college entrance exams. Amy and Mike invited test prep expert Sonya Muthalia of Informed Decisions to describe the current ACT digital experience. This training was presented at the Tests and the Rest March Summit 2021.
What are five things you will learn in this episode?
1. When did ACT go entirely digital for international tests?
2. What testing tools are available for different versions of the digital ACT?
3. Which tools are most helpful on each section?
4. What are the advantages and disadvantages of taking the ACT online?
5. What strategies and resources are available to students who have to take a digital ACT?
Recordings for this event are now available on the National Test Prep Association website. NTPA members have complete access to recordings of all Tests and the Rest Summits.