New Options for the ACT Test Offer Students More Choices
ACT announced new options coming to the ACT®
test starting with the September 2020 national test date. Learn from ACT experts as they explain the new options, why ACT is offering them, and how these options give students more choices, a better experience, and greater confidence that their ACT test scores reflect their overall academic achievement and potential. In this webinar, we talk about:
- ACT Section Retesting—Once students take a full ACT test, they can choose to retake the full test again or retake one or more single-section subject tests to improve their scores. Learn how to apply section retesting scores in your decision-making process.
- ACT Superscoring—ACT will calculate superscores for all students. Learn what colleges can expect to receive with a superscore submission.
- Faster Results with Online Testing—Students who choose to take the ACT online will receive their scores in as few as two business days. Learn how faster results will help you with your timelines.
Kenton Pauls works closely with leaders in higher education in support of ACT's mission of helping people achieve education and workplace success as national director for higher education at
Kenton has over 20 years of leadership experience in admissions and enrollment management at public and private institutions in the United States as well as Canada.
Prior to joining ACT in July of 2015, he was Dean of Enrollment Management at Northwestern College in Iowa.
Pauls earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration at Trinity Western University and an M.B.A.
from the University of North Dakota.
Sarah Moothart is the Senior Director of K-12 Products at ACT.
In her role, Sarah leads the development of solutions that help students in grades kindergarten to 12 showcase their academic knowledge and skills—such as the ACT® test, PreACT®, and ACT® Aspire®.
With 12 years of educational product management experience, Sarah helps ACT continue to put students first with innovative enhancements to college and career readiness measurement.
She is an alumna of the University of Iowa.