What is the ACT?
The ACT® test is the nation’s most popular college entrance exam accepted and valued by all universities and colleges in the United States. The ACT is based on what students learn in high school and provides personalized information about their strengths for education and career planning.
Students in 11th grade in Liberty Public Schools are given the ACT during the spring semester. The ACT test is known as one of the nation’s most popular college entrance exam accepted and valued by universities and colleges across the United States. The ACT provides personalized information about their strengths for education and career planning. Students that complete the test recieve an ACT score (1 to 36) on each test (English, Math, Reading and Science) and a composite ACT score, which is an average of these four tests. The composite score falls between 1 and 36. ACT is an entrance exam used by many colleges and universities to make admissions decisions. The weight placed on ACT scores varies from school to school. Besides the Liberty Public Schools district spring test date, the ACT is offered nationally every year in September, October, December, February, April and June. Beginning in 2018, the test will also be offered in July.
ACT Information for Parents and Students
ACT Online Prep
ACT Online Prep for Students and Parents
ACT Test Day Information
ACT Recieving and Sending Scores
ACT Practice Test Link
(Once you click the link do not sign in. Click practice test on the lower right corner of the sign in area.)
Students in 9th and 10th grade in Liberty Public Schools participate in PreACT testing at their local high school. PreACT simulates the ACT testing experience within a shorter test window on all four ACT test subjects: English, math, reading and science. 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. To help all students achieve success, accommodations offered include locally assigned accommodations and available Braille, large print, reader script and audio.
- Early practice for the ACT test with flexible test administration dates – test on your schedule
- PreACT score and predicted ACT score ranges align to the ACT 1–36 scale
- Students may opt to share their information with colleges and scholarship agencies
- ACT Interest Inventory results provide students with a personalized view of interests with college and career alignment
- Valuable results provide actionable insights to help educators, parents and students make important decisions for the future
LPS ACT Testing Dates
ACT - District Test Date 2020
LPS Junior Testing (Class of 2020)
March 24, 2020
Make-up Test: April 7, 2020
Liberty High School
Liberty North High School