American College Testing (ACT) is an standardized test for college admissions in United States of America. The ACT tends to be more popular in the Rocky Mountain, Southern and Midwestern United States
ACT text has multiple choice section covering math, English, reading, and science. It also has an optional writing test in which examinees plan and write a short essay.
The average composite ACT score is 21.1 (out of 36). Top colleges usually require a score of 29 and above.