ACT Schedule & Registration

Just like many parts of the college application process, taking the American College Testing, ACT (and even using your ACT scores) means an assortment of fees. The good news is that a lot of these fees are unnecessary and avoidable. Read to the end for tips and strategies on saving as much as possible on the ACT.

Upcoming ACT Test Days in 2020-2021

Below, we’ve created a table with the ACT international test dates. We’ve also included the regular and late ACT international registration deadlines, so you know when you need to sign up for each test date.

ACT International Dates

Registration Costs for the ACT (2019-2020)

Registration charges are mandatory if you are planning on taking the ACT. These extra services could be useful in special circumstances.

Here’s a chart outlining mandatory registration fees:

And here’s a chart outlining optional add-on fees:

After you take the ACT, you’ll want to receive, analyze, and send out your scores. This chart outlines all possible post-test services and their costs.

Sample International ACT Testing Schedule A: Early Starter

Thinking about getting the ACT out of the way early? Follow this testing schedule to get started the sophomore year and leave yourself plenty of time in between tests to study (if you need to take it more than once).

Test 1: Sophomore year, take the ACT either Sept 12, 2020 (register by Aug 14, 2020) or Oct 24, 2020 (register by Sept 18, 2020).

Test 2 (optional): Junior year, take the ACT December 12, 2020 (register by November 6, 2020) or February 6, 2021 (register by January 8, 2020).

Test 3 (optional): Junior year, take the ACT June 12, 2021 (register by May 7, 2021) or July 17, 2021 (register by June 18, 2021).

Sample International ACT Testing Schedule B: Frequent Tester

Are you planning on taking the ACT multiple times to max out your superscore? This schedule is for you.

Test 1: Junior year, take the ACT either Sept 12, 2021 (register by Aug 14, 2020) or Oct 24, 2020 (register by Sept 18, 2020).

Test 2: Junior year, take the ACT December 12, 2020 (register by November 6, 2020) or February 6, 2021 (register by January 8, 2020).

Test 3: Senior year, take the ACT September 12, 2020 (register by August 14, 2020) or October 24, 2020 (register by September 18, 2020); last dates for students applying early decision/early action.

Test 4: Senior year, take the ACT December 12, 2020 (register by November 6, 2020)

Sample International ACT Testing Schedule C: Senior-Year Testing

Only decided to apply to colleges in the US the summer before senior year (or later)? You still have a few chances to take the ACT.

Test 1: Take the ACT September 12, 2020 (register by August 14, 2020)

Test 2: Take the ACT October 24, 2020 (register by September 18, 2020). If you took the September ACT, you probably won’t get your scores back until after the regular registration deadline, but if you don’t mind paying the extra $32 you can wait to see how well you did before registering late for the October ACT (late registration deadline: October 2, 2020).

Test 3 (optional): Take the ACT December 12, 2020 (register by November 6, 2020). This is the last test date for most colleges’ regular admissions’ deadlines.

What next

Having understood the process and detailed (probable) schedule of planning and preparation, an equally important component left is guidance. The right guidance can make a lot of difference, especially when time is limited.

At Masterclass Space, we ensure that each and every child get the attention, care and guidance he/she deserves. Students at MCS have performed really well in the ACT exam with the highest score of 35.

Further, there has been score improvement in 96% cases when the student has re-appeared for an exam after taking ACT course with Masterclass Space. At MCS, student satisfaction matters more than anything else.

If you wish to know more, feel free to connect with us. We will try to help you in every possible manner. Good luck with your exam!!

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