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ACT Resources

Welcome to the ACT Resources webpage for the Moberly School District.  Below you will have a variety of resources provided to help you learn more about the ACT assessment. 
ACT College Readiness Standards: 
  College Readiness StandardsThe College Readiness Standards™ statements are intended to help you understand the meaning of the scores earned on the EXPLORE, PLAN and ACT tests. 
Whether you're a parent, teacher, counselor, or student, the college readiness standards can help you:
  • communicate widely shared learning goals and educational expectations
  • relate the test scores to the types of skills needed for success in high school and beyond
  • understand the increasing complexity of skills across the score ranges in English, mathematics, reading, and science
 College Readiness BenchmarksThe benchmarks are scores on the ACT subject-area tests which represent the level of achievement required for students to succeed in first year college courses.  Students meeting these benchamrks have a 50% chance of obtaining a B or higher in corresponding credit-bearing first-year college courses and a 75% chance of obtaining a C or higher in these courses. 
ACT:  In January 2014, the Missouri State Board of Education approved a new high school assessment plan.  The new state assessment plan requires that all juniors take the ACT each year.   All juniors will take the ACT on April 28, 2015. 
Teacher Instructional Resources & Links: 
Abbreviated Test Booklets:
ACT (18 pages, 233KB)
Test Question Analysis Activity Booklets:
ACT (13 pages, 212KB)
College Readiness Standards Tables—for use with Test Question Analysis Activity Booklets (4 pages, 1,037KB)
Sample Test Questions Matched to College Readiness Standards Booklets:
ACT (16 pages, 255KB)
Curriculum Review Worksheets (32 pages, 196KB)
Moberly Assessment,
Sep 18, 2017, 11:34 AM