The ACT has talked like it’s finally happening — starting in September 2018, the ACT will be completely computer-based for students outside the US about it forever, but it looks.
At the least, all signs aim that way. The ACT continues to haven’t released a formal news release regarding the matter, however it did recently publish a couple of faqs for worldwide pupils, moms and dads, and counselors. Based on that document (posted in March 2018), “the very first management regarding the computer-based ACT to international examinees is prepared for September 2018.”
Further particulars in regards to the computer-based test are difficult to acquire through the ACT’s web site, so we did some history research so that you could respond to a few of the concerns it’s likely you have as test-takers:
Therefore wait – you suggest the paper ACT won’t internationally be offered any longer?
That’s right. If the ACT rolls out worldwide testing that is computer-based prepared, the paper test will not be accessible internationally following the September 2018 launch.
But don’t panic! besides the management structure, the test it self will nevertheless be the exact same test you know and love (well… the same test you are aware, at the least). The information could be the exact same, the parts could be the exact same, the scoring would be the exact exact same, the score process that is reporting function as the exact exact same, the timing is going to be exactly the same…