ACT Test Information
All current Juniors (Class of 2023) will be taking the ACT for FREE on Tuesday, April 5, 2022, and are automatically registered for the test by the school district. No online registration for this test date. More details will follow.
The ACT is:
- A college entrance exam typically taken by Juniors in the spring.
- Required by many four-year colleges.
- A timed, standardized exam covering the areas of: English, Reading, Math, Science.
- Writing section is optional.
- Offered in various locations on:
- Oct 23, 2021
- Dec 11, 2021
- Feb 12, 2022
- Apr 2, 2022
- June 11, 2022
- July 16, 2022
If you plan to take the ACT outside of RHS please proceed to register online through the ACT Website: www.act.org and use the information below to register:
- Rogers High School Code: 242110
- ACT No Writing: $60.00
- ACT Plus Writing: $85.00
- See ACT website for registration deadlines
Prepare for the ACT
An ACT practice test will:
- help prepare student for the official ACT test
- pinpoint weaknesses and strengths on the ACT
The ACT website offers free practice tests, study guides, and courses.
Download the Preparing for the ACT Test Booklet for practice test, information about the multiple-choice and writing sections, and test taking strategies
MCIS is a web based program that ISD728 has purchased for all of our students. Students have the ability to take a full length practice ACT test three times. Students should login through ISD728 Rapid Identity
*If MCIS doesn’t show up in your bookmarks, use the search feature to add it for easy access.
This workshop is for students of any ability level and will cover a variety of general test-taking skills and strategies. Participants will receive practice tests and a special manual to take home.
Registration: Community Education offers this class at specific times throughout the year. Contact community education at (763)241-3520 for more information.
*use coupon code ElkRiverTestPrep for this special ISD 728 discount.
Academic All Star Tutoring
Offering a Free Virtually Proctored, ACT Practice Test + Gap Analysis Score Report. Students will take an ACT test at home on a proctored video system, and then score it with an online scoring system. This is a great tool to help you plan your ACT preparation.
Penny with Great Goals ACT offers various seminars to help with studying and preparing for the ACT.
Two different test prep seminars are offered the basic course (15 hours) and the premier course (30 hours). Students are given practice tests in specific subject areas, test strategies are taught, tests are corrected and students are assigned homework to complete before the next seminar.
Registration: Students can register online at greatgoalstutoring.com. You can also call (763)-213-5728 for more information.
SCSU ACT Spring/Summer Institute and Live Blitz-St. Cloud
The ACT Spring/Summer Institute consists of 20 hours of classroom instruction covered in an intensive one-week format. The Summer Institute features instruction from an ACT test preparation expert and extensive online review tools. Our comprehensive program emphasizes the ACT test components: Test Taking Strategies, Question Formats, Math, English, Reading Comprehension and Science Reasoning.
The ACT Blitz is an intensive test prep program that provides students with the tools they need to prepare for the ACT. The ACT Blitz is offered during the academic year to prepare students to reach the test date of their choice at peak performance. These courses meet once per week, allowing time to practice new skills during the week. Our multi-week format of the ACT Prep Course leads to greater opportunities for learning and interaction with our expert instructors. Courses are conveniently scheduled in the weeks leading up to the most popular ACT dates and include 16 hours of instruction.
*The Rogers Guidance Office also has free ACT practice booklets with sample test questions and answers.