ACT Test Requirement For High School Juniors Eliminated

(Bismarck, ND) — A requirement for high school juniors to take the ACT is being eliminated. Governor Doug Burgum signed a bill yesterday that allows students to take the ACT or “an equivalent nationally recognized standardized test.” ACT scores are often still used by colleges to determine admissions, scholarship eligibility, and college course placement, but students are starting to be given more choices by universities to fulfill those requirements.

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