Institutional ACT Assessment (IACT) Test Information Sheet
For University of Washington use ONLY
The Institutional ACT given locally by the University of Washington's Testing Office is for University of Washington use only; the results will not be sent to any other institution. The scores from this exam are valid ONLY for the Robinson Center's Transition School program; they are not valid at any other college, university or scholarship program.
|FEE:||The I-ACT is available on set dates (see below). The test fee is $60. In extreme circumstances (medical appointment conflict, etc.), individual appointments can be made. The fee for an individual appointment is $90.|
|REGISTRATION:||You can make an appointment by calling the UW Testing Center at 206-543-1171.|
|SCORES:||Results from the test are mailed to the examinee approximately 2 weeks after the test date.|
|STUDY:||Study guides for the national ACT program can be used to study for the Institutional ACT.||ON THE DAY OF THE TEST:||The examinee must bring picture identification and #2 pencils. If you arrive after the scheduled test time, you will not be admitted to the examination. Examinees must bring their own calculators and may not share calculators. You are responsible for your own calculator. Testing staff will not have extra batteries or calculators.
Calculators: An acceptable calculator includes nearly any four-function, scientific, or graphing calculator unless it has features described in the 'Prohibited Calculators' list on the ACT website. It is your responsibility to verify that your calculator is acceptable for testing. Please visit ACT's website to review the list of acceptable and prohibited calculators.
|RETESTS:||Students may repeat the institutional ACT. Any re-tests must be taken at least 60 days after your most recent test date.|
Group Test Dates
|Thursday, February 7, 2013 at 8:00 am|
|Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 8:00 am|
|Thursday, March 21, 2013 at 8:00 am|
|Thursday, April 18, 2013 at 8:00 am|
To request disability accommodation for testing, please contact the OEA Testing Center at (206) 543-1171 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org before registering for the test.