The ACT is one of the most important tests you will take while in high school. This college entrance exam will help determine if you are admitted into some schools and whether or not you will qualify for scholarships.
Students should take the ACT many times, beginning as early as sophomore year.
All students will take the ACT here at the high school during February or March of their junior year, but we recommend that you take the ACT before this time.
To register for the ACT, go to act.org to set up an account. Students can select when and where they want to take the test, with the closest testing center being Snow College, but the national test is only offered six times per year.
NOTE: if you have already taken the ACT at the high school, but you have not set up an online account, you will need your ACT ID number to sign up online. The ACT ID can be found on the copy of your scores. If you do not have a copy of your scores, you can get one in the counseling center.
If students have already taken the national test, they can take a residual test at the college of their choice. The benefit of the residual test is that they receive results immediately. The downside is that the scores are only good for that college, and they will not appear on the high school transcript.
If you have any questions about the ACT, please contact your counselor.
ACT Cost for 2019-20
Registration - No writing section $52
Registration - With writing section $68
Late Fee - $30
The writing section is not required for any college in Utah. Check school requirements for out-of-state colleges before registerting for the ACT.