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Is the PLAN a good indicator of your actaul act test score?

sstewartsstewart Posts: 894Registered User Member
edited August 2009 in ACT Preparation
was the plan close or way off?
Post edited by sstewart on

Replies to: Is the PLAN a good indicator of your actaul act test score?

  • party.greg40party.greg40 Posts: 59Registered User Junior Member
    i got a 19 on the plan, but a 30 on the real thing
  • airchompersairchompers Posts: 15Registered User New Member
    ^ The plan's scores are done differently than the ACT's ^

    My plan test was a pretty accurate forecast. It guesstimated that I'd get between a 28-32 on the ACT. I got a 30 the first two times, then I got a 33. So, it's an accurate forecast, however, it's not set in stone.

    The Explore test is an entirely different matter. If we were to forecast my ACT score from the explore test, I should have got a 22-26ish.
  • Jayay90Jayay90 Posts: 266Registered User Junior Member
    Mine gave me an ACT range of 30-33 and I got a 34 on the real thing.
    I think it's fairly accurate, probably underestimates a little from what I've seen based on my friends and I.
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