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Understanding the Pre-ACT
Transcript of Understanding the Pre-ACT
ACT SUCCESS IN YOUR JUNIOR YEAR!
All information used for this presentation can be found by going to:
What Can I Learn From My Score Report?
Predicted Score Ranges
Reviewing the Score Report
A prediction of how you will score on the ACT after an additional year of learning.
Your Strengths and Weaknesses in four subject areas important for success in college: English, Math, Reading and Science as of October 2016.
How to strengthen your weaker skills.
What is the PreACT?
Practice test for ACT (College Entrance Exam that ALL Juniors Take in North Carolina)
Completed by ALL Sophomores in North Carolina
Tested in 4 subject areas: English, Math, Reading and Science
This is the front of the score report. We will start here.
Your Composite Score is an average of the Math, Science, Reading and English Sections (add up all sections and divide by 4).
The purple line represents your PreACT score.
The light purple box represents your PreACT Score Range. This is your true educational development.
No one test can evaluate your educational development with absolute precision, so the ranges are a truer representation of your score.
Scores range from 1-35.
The gray line represents ACT's Readiness Benchmark.
Students scoring at or above the Benchmark have about a 75% chance of obtaining a C or higher in first year college courses in the corresponding subject area.
Students scoring below the Benchmark will need to do additional studying/work to achieve a score above the Benchmark.
The STEM Score is an average of your Math and Science scores.
ACT uses your PreACT scores to predict how you will score on the ACT.
You can use these predicted scores to see if you are on track to get the ACT score you need to get into the college of your choice.
**These predictions are
an estimate and not a guarantee. You need to continue learning in order to score in your predicted range.**
Detailed PreACT Results
Breakdown of the topics covered in each test.
Number of questions you answered correctly out of the total numbers of questions on that topic.
Percentage of questions you answered correctly in each topic.
A bar graph to help you visualize the areas that are strengths and the areas that are weaknesses.
If the "Proficient" area is highlighted, it means you are understanding the meaning of complex texts at a level that is needed to succeed in college level courses.
If the "Below" area is highlighted, it means you need to improve your reading/comprehension skills in order to be successful in college level courses.
Enloe High School did not ask students to complete this section due to time constraints.
Students interested in doing Career Exploration can create a free account by going to the following website:
Another great resource is CFNC.org!
Item Response Analysis
If you answered incorrectly, the answer you chose is in this column.
The correct answer.
The question number.
Omitted responses are marked with a "-"
Responses with more than one answer chosen are marked with a "*"
These are improvement suggestions that are generated from your answer choices.
Enloe's Numbers, How Do You Compare?
Average Composite Score: 21.77
Average Math Score: 21.633
Average Science Score: 21.97
Average English Score: 20.36
Average Reading Score: 22.66
% of EHS Reaching College Benchmarks:
That Was Great Information, but Now What?
Review the test questions in the booklet provided to you and your answers.
Try to figure out why you answered incorrectly.
If you can't figure it out, ask a teacher!
Use the Ideas for Progress (on page 3 and 4 of your Score Report) to boost your ACT score.
Start practicing for the ACT!
Free Resources for Improving Your ACT Score
ACT Sample Test Questions and Downloadable Study Guide: http://www.act.org/content/act/en/products-and-services/the-act/test-preparation.html (Scroll to the Middle of the Page)
ACT Question of the Day: http://kaplanquizzes.com/act/
Practice Test from Princeton Review: https://www.princetonreview.com/college/free-act-practice-test#!practice
Ask your counselor!
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