I took the ACT test and scored good enough to get into college and graduate with my first degree. A good enough score can guarantee great scholarships juxtapose those like the $10,000 I was awarded for winning grand prize in an essay contest my senior year in high school, etc…

Giving students sufficient time on the ACT would help all to perform their very best and increase their likelihood of receiving scholarships and attending and, hopefully, graduating from college. This is very important because of the lack of qualified workers for jobs requiring specialized skills and/or credentials, those jobs that pay sufficient wages that adults with real bills need and should have…

Over 900 colleges do not require an ACT or SAT score, which is logical because collegiate matriculation exams exemplify to students’ choice colleges where they are academically. Success on the ACT and SAT can create greater opportunities for students, however, including invitations from prospectively varied colleges in addition to synonymous scholarship offers.

Giving students sufficient time on the ACT and SAT and on any test is only fair and appropriate furthermore. Helping every citizen become the very best version of themselves should be of the most pressing role of governments; making particularly higher education more tangible for the average person is the very best way to accomplish this…

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