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There are two versions of the ACT--Residual and National. Both versions are produced by the same company, and they are essentially the same test. It is important to note that the Residual ACT is only valid at the school where it is taken and scored.
The advantages of taking the Residual ACT at BYU-Idaho are that it is given more often, registration is easier and scores are available sooner. The disadvantage of taking the Residual ACT is that the score is only valid at BYU-Idaho.
To schedule a Residual ACT at BYU-Idaho:
Note: the Residual ACT is not offered over holidays, during peak testing times, or during the month of November.
The National ACT is no longer administered at BYU-Idaho. To schedule a time to take the ACT at another approved site, please visit the Official ACT Web Site.