What is the PreACT Test? NOTE: PreACT - the precursor to actual ACT college entrance exam
PreACT simulates the ACT testing experience within a shorter test window on all four ACT test subjects: English, math, reading and science Click HERE for more information
Why take the PreACT Test at WEST?
Results predict future success on the ACT test, and provide both current achievement and projected future ACT test scores on the familiar 1-36 ACT score scale HERE
The Pre-ACT test is an excellent tool for practicing for the ACT; colleges use ACT as a college-ready indicator.
Who can take the PreACT Test?
The PreACT Test is primarily for 10th grade students, but it is available for grades 9, 11, and 12 also
ANY student can take this test at WEST - whether attending WEST or not
When is the PreACT Test offered at WEST?
Testing typically takes place the second Friday in November at the WEST building from 9:00 a.m. - 12:20 p.m.
Check WEST November Calendar of Events for Exact Testing Date
Who is administering the PreACT Test?
Robin Fraser is the test administrator
When can I register my student?
Registration opens September 20 and runs through mid-October
Check WEST Calendar of Events to verify the exact opening and closing of this registration
What is the cost of the test?
The cost of the test is $33
How do I register my student?
Register for the PreACT Test HERE - beginning September 20
What do I need to bring on testing day?
2 - #2 pencils (no mechanical pencils allowed)
Calculator- check the ACT calculator policy here
Water bottle (must be left outside of testing room)
HEALTHY Snack (must be left outside of testing room)
Book to read when section of test is completed early
When does testing begin?
9:00 a.m. - Typical testing is around 3 to 3.5 hours.
Please arrive at least 15 minutes early to find a seat and get settled
Where does the testing take place?
At the WEST building Church of the Open Door | 9060 Zanzibar Lane North | Maple Grove 55311
Can parents stay and wait while students are testing?
Parents are to drop off student/s and return at the end of testing time as designated by the test administrator
NOTE: This is NOT the ACT test