Here's the most updated info on when the next ACT test is happening and when you have to register.
At this moment, the next ACT test date is June 13, 2020. (The April 4, 2020 testing date has been canceled due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Make sure to check out this FAQ article for more information.)
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The next ACT registration deadline is May 8, 2020. The late deadline, with extra fees, is May 22, 2020.
Scores for the February 2020 ACT were released February 25, 2020 (and will be released March 10, 2020 for ACT with Writing tests).
Scores for next ACT test (June 2020) will be released June 23, 2020. For the ACT with essay, scores will be released July 7, 2020.
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