The ACT is a national college admissions examination that consists of subject area tests in:
The ACT with writing includes the four subject area tests plus a 40-minute writing test.
ACT results are accepted by all four-year colleges and universities in the US.
Following the science test you should expect to take a shorter, multiple-choice test covering one of the previous subject areas, Please try your best on these questions, because your participation can help shape the future of the ACT. The results of the fifth test will not be reflected on your reported scores.
The ACT is administered on seven test dates within the US, US territories, and Puerto Rico.
The basic registration fee includes score reports for up to four college choices, if you list valid codes when you register.
The ACT tests are prepared according to the:
West Monroe High School administers the test on the following National Testing dates:
|Test Date||Registration Deadline||Late Registration Deadline (late fee)|
|September 11, 2021||August 6, 2021||August 20, 2021|
|October 23, 2021||September 17, 2021||October 1, 2021|
|December 11, 2021||November 5, 2021||November 19, 2021|
|February 12, 2022||January 7, 2022||January 21, 2022|
|April 2, 2022||February 25, 2022||March 11, 2022|
|June 11, 2022||May 6, 2022||May 20, 2022|
|July 16, 2022||June 17, 2022||June 24, 2022|
Statewide Test Date
In addition to the national test dates, the State of Louisiana requires all junior students to take the ACT. This year, juniors will take the statewide ACT on Tuesday, March 8. There is no fee with this administration.
|National Test without Writing||$63.00|
|National Test with Writing||$88.00|
|Statewide Test||No Cost to Student|
|Late Fee for National Test||$36.00|
Fee reduction waivers are available for those students who qualify for free or reduced lunch. Please see your guidance counselor for more information.
No registration is required for the statewide test.