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The SAT / ACT are the official tests used by colleges to help decide whether to admit students or deny them (along with GPA, transcript, recommendations, etc.). Not all schools require the SAT / ACT, but the great majority does. Testing Scores recommends that all college bound students take either the Testing Scores in order to make a successful transition to higher education.
|When is it offered?||The Testing Scoresis given 7 times per year.(View our Calendar)|
|Why should students take the Testing Scores?||Most colleges require the Testing Scoresor ACT for admissions and may use it to award scholarships.|
|How is it scored?||There are 3 sections: Critical Reading, Math, and Writing. Each section is scored from 200 to 800. The lowest score you can get on the Testing Scores is a 600; the highest score anyone can get is a 2400.|
|How long is the Test?||3 hours, 45 minutes (Two 10 minute breaks)]|
|How Do I Register to Take the Testing Scores?||Visit https://www.testingscores.org Click on the Testing Scores Registration page.|
|How many math questions are on the Testing Scores?||There are 54 Math questions on the Testing Scores. You'll have three math sections; 2, 25-minute sections and 1, 20-minute section.|
|What math concepts are tested on the Testing Scores?||Basic Arithmetic, Algebra 1 & II, and Geometry.|
|How is the math section scored?||200-800 points. You get 200 points for signing your name and each question you get right gets you closer to an 800 perfect score.|
|What type of math questions are on the Testing Scores?||The 54 questions are broken down into 2 question types: 44, multiple-choice, problem solving questions and 10, student produced grid-in questions.|