Mermaid wrote:My ACT score was 25. I got into a 4 year college, however I chose to go to a community college due to certain circumstances. My high school was not state funded which meant it was a pretty poor school ran solely on donations, but because I applied myself I was still able learn from what materials they had to offer. Now, I'm 4 years out of college and have been working for 3.5 of them in the field of which I got my degree. So, just because the school doesn't have the newest and most hi-tech materials and equipment, that's not the reason the students are lacking. The students need to apply themselves to learn, open their minds, and realize that they are there to learn whether they want to be there or not. Their future, their children's futures, and their children's children's futures depend on them learning right NOW.
Pappy wrote:My ACT score was 9 but I got admitted to Penn State or was that State Penn anyways I graduated after serving 30 Years for being a Pansexual.
HHS ACT outpaces state and nation
VoteMout wrote:We have outgrown the need for ACT or SAT testing. What should really matter would be a combination of your high school career GPA. It shows your level of dedication, and hard work. How fair is it to compare scores of kids who have no testing training to kids who have paid for ACT-SAT prep courses.
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