So you’ve done all the prep, taken the ACT exam, but now you have to wait… How long until your scores come out? Whether you’re looking for the September score release date, October score release date, December score release date, or otherwise, check out our table below to see when your ACT scores will get released.
According to the official ACT website, your multiple-choice scores are usually available about two weeks after your exam date. However, it may take as early as ten days or as long as eight weeks for you to receive your scores. If you took the ACT essay during your exam, writing scores are normally available about two weeks after your multiple-choice score. Below is a table with all potential score release dates for the 2021-2022 scheduled ACT exams.
2021-2022 ACT Score Release Schedule
|National Test Date
|September 11th, 2021
|September 21st - November 5th, 2021
|October 23rd, 2021
|November 9th - December 17th, 2021
|December 11th, 2021
|December 21st - February 4th, 2022
|February 12th, 2022
|March 1st - April 8th, 2022
|April 2nd, 2022
|April 12th - May 27th, 2022
|June 11th, 2022
|June 21st - August 5th, 2022
|July 16th, 2022
|July 26th - September 9th, 2022
High school seniors may be wondering when colleges receive their ACT scores. Unfortunately, this time varies based on the college. If you requested ACT send your scores to certain schools, they should receive them shortly after your report is available. However, ACT doesn’t list specific dates on its website. If you realize you need to send your score to a new school, you can do so through your MyACT account. Requests are processed as soon as your complete test score is ready.
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Once your ACT scores are released, you may want to know how well you did. Is your score good enough for your dream school? Check out our blog post, “What’s A Good ACT Score,” to find out where you stand!
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