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ACT Testing Board
The ACT is a national college admissions examination. ACT (No Writing) consists of four multiple-choice tests: English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science. The ACT Plus Writing includes the four multiple-choice tests and a 30-minute Writing Test. Test Pattern:
No of questions
Options Writing Test
The ACT is administered on six test dates within the United States, U.S. territories, Puerto Rico, and Canada September, October, December, February, April, and June. In other locations, the ACT is administered on all of the above dates except September, and the ACT Plus Writing is not available on the February test date.
If the candidate miss the late deadline to register for a test date, or to request a test date or test centre change, he/she may choose to sign in to the ACT account to request and pay for standby testing.To be considered for admission to the test centre, one must bring their Standby Ticket for that centre and have his/her name on the Standby Roster at that test centre. If he/she brings a ticket for another test date or a different test centre, he/she is not admitted. In addition, paper registration folders aren't accepted at the test centre. Standby requests must be submitted during a limited “Standby Request Period” before the test date. Requests cannot be accepted after the last date.
Students enrolled in grades 6, 7, or 8, who have been identified by their schools as academically talented, may be invited to participate in an academic talent search program that includes taking the ACT.
Many of these programs offer a one-step registration option that combines registering for the academic talent search program with registering for the ACT. Talent search participants are advised to follow the instructions they receive from their respective program to register for the ACT. This may require registering directly with the talent search program rather than using ACT online registration or an ACT registration packet.
The ACT (no writing)
Includes reports for you, your high school, and up to four colleges (if codes are provided when you register).
ASECT JOINT ENTRANCE EXAMINATION (NEE) is an all India common entrance examination which is conducted for admissions into AISECT GROUP of UNIVERSITIES in MP, CG, Jharkand& Bihar. The examination is conducted to test the aptitude Of candidates throughout the country for various courses offered respectively by the Universities, which include Bachelors and Masters in Engineering, education, law and management amongst others. The examination offers candidates an opportunity to be a part of the AISECT Group of UNIVERSITIES and chose a career from a bouquet Of courses that aid students to transform themselves into competitive professionals equipped with optimum skills and expertise for a successful professional career.
Mode of the test:
The test consists of one question paper of 100 marks. The question paper consists of hundred objective-type Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs), 25 each on Physics, Chemistry, Botany, and Zoology. Duration: The paper will be of 1½ hrs. duration.
Marks: Maximum marks will be 100
Questions: There will be 100 objective type Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). Each MCQ will have four answer options and a single best response. Negative marking: There will be no negative marking.
The All India Entrance Test–B-Tech is conducted for selection of candidates for admission to B. Tech (Biotechnology/Bioinformatics/Biomedical Engineering) and M. Tech Integrated (Biotechnology) at the Department of Biotechnology & Bioinformatics, CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai. The medium of instruction for the above courses is English. The duration of the B. Tech course is 4 years, and that of the M. Tech (Integrated) course is 5 years.