ACT: 5 Myths about Computer-Based Testing
You’ve probably already heard that all non-US students will take the computer-based ACT ® test (CBT) starting in September. But do you have all the facts?
- The content and scoring of the test will not change—just the delivery, by computer rather than by paper.
- Students can prepare for the CBT ACT the same way they would for the traditional paper test.
- Should a power outage or malfunction occur, ACT test centers save progress locally so students can pick up where they left off.
Click this link to clear up some myths and answer your questions – including whether the test will be adaptive or linear.