I'm pretty sure this is a standardized test across the nation. Anyways, my junior class (16-17 year olds) is preparing to take a test that will massively determine what colleges we can or cannot go to (unless you're rich.)
We've already take two practices, 1 last year and 1 this year.
I got a 25 on last years practice test, scoring:
24 in English
28 in Math
23 in Science
23 in Reading
I got a 30 on this years practice test, scoring:
27 in English
32 in Math
34 in Science
28 in Reading
I hope it's more like this year. >.>
Just posting because I'm sort of nervous, but not really. At least its paid for by the state I suppose, 3 days of testing. The shortest day involves a 2 hour registration period. 5 hours the first day, and I think it's 3 and 4 the next. If we pass on the 3rd one, it gives you $4000 for college, $2000 if you fail. But that's all that comes from it, it's the ACT that's the big one. Ah well. Cinnamon Toast Crunch for breakfast?