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ACT Score Report Descriptions

We initially prepare three different reports for each student we test—the Student Report, the High School Report, and the College Report.

Type of Report Where It's Sent When It's Mailed What It Reports
Student
Report
Your mailing address within 4–7 weeks after the test date—sorry, there is no way to have your test scored faster. ACT Scores, College and Career Planning Information
High School
Report
Your high school (only if you provided a valid high school code when you registered). It's kept with your school records. within 4–7 weeks after the test date ACT Scores, College and Career Planning Information
College
Report
Each valid college or scholarship agency code you listed and paid for when you registered (up to six). within 4–7 weeks after the test date Everything on the Student or High School report, plus the grades you reported in up to 30 high school courses. It may also include predictions about your performance in specific college programs and courses.

If you take the ACT Plus Writing, the essay you write will be available to the high school and colleges to which you have ACT report scores for that test date.