ACT Test Scores
Scores for the ACT Test
How can I see my scores?
When available, your scores are posted online and accessed using your MyACT account.
ACT Customer Support cannot provide your scores by phone, email, chat, or fax.
- Multiple choice scores are normally available two weeks after each national test date, but it can sometimes take up to eight weeks.
- Writing scores are normally available about two weeks after
your multiple-choice scores.
If you took the writing test, your overall scores are not officially reported until your writing scores have been added. Viewing
your scores online does not speed up reporting.
Score reporting dates
Scores are delivered over a window of time after the test date and are processed continuously during business hours. ACT is committed to providing your scores as quickly as possible but cannot guarantee a specific date for your scores to be reported.
|National test date||Reporting Timeframe|
|September 10, 2022||September 20 – November 4|
|October 22, 2022||November 8 – December 16|
|December 10, 2022||December 20 – February 3|
|February 11, 2023||February 28 – April 7|
|April 15, 2023||April 25 – June 9|
|June 10, 2023||June 20 – August 4|
|July 15, 2023||July 25 – September 8|
ACT sends score report data to the recipients you provided during registration; these include your high school and any institutions with college codes you provided. ACT also provides your scores through your web account.
|Type of report||Where it’s delivered||When it’s delivered||What it reports|
|Student report||Your online ACT web account||About 2–8 weeks after the test date||ACT scores, college and career planning information|
|High school report||Your high school via|
|About 2–8 weeks after the test date||ACT scores, college and career planning information|
|College report||Each valid college code you listed and paid for when you registered or tested (up to six)||Varies based on college and when ordered||Everything on the Student and High School Report, plus the grades you reported in up to 30 high school courses; it may also include predictions about your performance in specific college programs and courses|