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www.reference.com/article/perfect-act-score-238888c85c0ab4c9

The highest possible ACT score is a 36. The ACT is a standardized achievement test used for college admissions. The ACT measures high school students' general educational development and their capabilities in completing college-level work.

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You can access your old ACT scores by contacting ACT by phone, online or mail. Scores before September 2006 require a $17 fee to receive the old scores.

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According to the Princeton Review, a score of 15 or lower on the ACT is consider too low for most four-year colleges. The highest possible score to achieve on the ACT is a 36.

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View your ACT scores online by logging in to your ACT Web account at ACTStudent.org. Scores are normally available between three and eight weeks after taking the test.

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As of 2015, the national average composite ACT score is 21 out of 36, according to ACT.org. The two states with the highest average ACT scores are Massachusetts and Connecticut, with a score of 24.4. The state with the lowest average score is Hawaii, with a score of 18.5.

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A composite ACT score of 23 is usually high enough to allow for admittance to many major universities, although it may not be high enough for admittance to an Ivy League university that relies heavily on standardized test scores. The composite score is an average of all the ACT assessment subsection

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ACT does not have a passing score, but the average ACT score is a 21 on a scale of 1 to 36. Nearly all students attending top universities score in the upper 20s or lower 30s. The lower the ACT average is for admitted students, the less prestigious the college.

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In terms of time, the ACT takes four hours and 15 minutes. There are four sections to the test. The English section takes 45 minutes, the mathematics section takes 60 minutes, the reading section takes 35 minutes, and the science section takes 35 minutes. There are 215 questions total.

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Division II football scores are available on the Division II Football section of NCAA.com, as of May 2015. The website displays scores for the current or most recent week of the football season.

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To view scores for Alabama high school sports, visit sites, such as HighSchoolSports, and look for Alabama within the states listed. They provide a conglomerate of sports news, including scores. Another method would be to check the local newspaper for game announcements and scores.