The ACT (American College Testing Assessment) is a multiple-choice test (there is now an optional essay section) given five times a year at various locations. It is an examination designed to measure academic achievement in four major curriculum areas: English, math, reading, and science. Materials covered on the four tests that make up the ACT Assessment correspond very closely to topics covered in typical high school classes. Many colleges and universities use ACT scores as part of the admissions process.
You can save time on the ACT by waiting until the end of a section to bubble in your answers. This cuts down on your time per question because you avoid the process of going back and forth between your test booklet and answer sheet. It’s more efficient to circle the answers you choose in your test booklet and then fill them in all at once later. Before using this tip, make sure that you can reliably finish the section with at least 3-5 minutes to spare! Don't risk running into a situation where you don’t have enough time to bubble in your answers even though you’ve gone through all the questions.