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Every year juniors and seniors prepare to take the ACT. Every March, SHS offers the ACT to all juniors. However, for the students that want to retake the ACT, signing up can be confusing if you do not have help.

There are many different methods students can use to sign up for the test. Students can either go to their Guidance Counselors to ask for help or go to the designated site and register there.

1. To sign up for the ACT go to www.act.org
2. Once on the homepage you can view upcoming test dates and to sign up you will click “ACT Registration”
3. Once on the Registration screen you can click “Register Now” to be directed to the sign in page
4. This screen also explains everything you will need to be able to successfully register for the ACT
5. Once on the sign in screen you can sign in if you already have an account or create one to register for the test.

The ACT will be offered to all juniors at SHS March 1st and 2nd. The next ACT is on April 8th, but you must sign up before March 3rd!
Bobbie Jo Wimberly

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