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Can you take the ACT in another state?

early_collegeearly_college Registered User Posts: 2,866 Senior Member
edited January 2010 in ACT Preparation
I am going on vacation this summer and it's already finalized. I have to take the ACT for dual enrollment and it looks like I will be in another state. Can I take the ACT in another state? It's the last test date I can take and April is too early. I will be staying with family and may be there for a while. I do not know how long I'll be there, but I really do not want to come back so soon just for the ACT. I'll also be coming back from another country, so I don't want my mind to be blank the time I go take it. Would I just tell the high school I take it at to send it to my school/college? Thanks!
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