ACT Weekend 2020 Test Dates | Latest Updates
With schools and other educational companies constantly adjusting their timelines, the ACT recently updated its remaining 2020 dates.
Have a quick look at the remaining ACT weekend 2020 test dates, as well as preliminary dates for early 2021.
ACT Weekend 2020 Latest Test Dates
|Projected Test Date||Registration Deadline||Late Fee Deadlines|
|September 12, 2020
September 13, 2020 (Sunday)
September 19, 2020
|August 28||No late fees|
|October 10, 2020
October 17, 2020
October 24, 2020
October 25, 2020 (Sunday)
|September 17||September 18 – 25|
|December 12, 2020||November 6||November 7 – November 20|
|February 6, 2021||January 8, 2021||January 9 – January 15|
|April 17, 2021||March 12, 2021||March 13 – March 26|
|June 12, 2021||May 7, 2021||May 8 – May 21|
|July 17, 2021||June 18, 2021||June 19 – June 25|
Accommodations For Current High School Seniors
ACT recognizes that right now, the senior class of 2021 are the students most in need of an ACT score.
Many of these students have already been forced to wait because of earlier spring and summer test date cancellations. ACT is making every attempt it can, on its end, to give these upcoming seniors priority in the currently-scheduled Fall test dates.
For current sophomores and other underclassmen competing for those same spots, the organization is asking those students to instead consider December and Spring 2021 spots instead.
Other Ways ACT Is Trying To Help Students
ACT is also extending other courtesies to students, in light of the disruption caused by COVID-19.
Starting in September 2020, ACT will start offering students the option to report a superscore if they have taken the ACT test more than once. Also, ACT will offer four fee waivers to qualifying students.
This is double the amount of fee waivers that the organization has offered before to students. Again, these ACT weekend 2020 test dates are subject to change.
However, the organization, much like the College Board with the SAT, is doing everything it can to help students. They recognize the hard work everyone has done this year and want to ensure every high school student has the opportunity to get the best possible scores for themselves.
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