Descriptions of The ACT Score Reports

The ACT Score Report Schedule - Ohio

product
ACT State or ACT District
administration
Accommodations
English Learner Supports
Non-College Reportable
Standard Time
platform
Online
Paper
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Test Coordinator

These tables provide descriptions of the ACT score reports and when they're available.

Table 1. Reports for Examinees

Report

Description

Delivery Date

Student Report

Printed report containing the examinee’s college reportable scores.

Mailed to the examinee if he/she provided a valid address.

3–8 weeks following receipt of examinee test responses

Student Scores Online

Examinee logs on to www.actstudent.org to access scores through his/her ACT web account.

Note:
  • If an examinee needs to create a new account, the examinee must enter the ACT ID from the printed score report to view scores from this administration.
  • Only college reportable scores are available online.

Scores are available online about one week after the examinee receives the printed score report in the mail.

Non-College Reportable Score Notification Letter

The examinee’s copy is mailed to the school.

No later than June 7, 2019

Table 2. Reports for Schools

Report

Description

Delivery Date

High School Report

Printed report containing an examinee’s scores and other data.

One report per examinee, mailed to the director of counseling in batches until all reports are delivered.

3–8 weeks following receipt of examinee test responses

Student Score Labels

Printed label of college reportable scores, to place on an examinee’s high school transcript/permanent record.

Two labels per examinee, sent with the ACT High School Report.

3–8 weeks following receipt of examinee test responses

High School Report Checklist

Printed list of examinees for whom High School Reports and Score Labels are included in the shipment.

Sent with the ACT High School Report.

Note: Checklists are not cumulative.

3–8 weeks following receipt of examinee test responses

Non-College Reportable Score Notification Letter

Printed letter addressed to the examinee containing his/her scores achieved using non-college reportable accommodations and/or supports.

Two copies are mailed to the school test coordinator to be distributed: one to the examinee, one to the school. The school test coordinator can also access this report in PearsonAccessnext ™.

No later than June 7, 2019

Profile Report – High School

An aggregate report that provides trends and averages of the high school based on the tested examinee population.

The school test coordinator can access this report in PearsonAccessnext ™.

Note: This includes records of examinees who tested with non-college reportable accommodations and/or supports.

No later than June 7, 2019

Table 3. Reports for Districts

Report

Description

Delivery Date

Profile Report – District

An aggregate report that provides trends and averages of the district based on the tested examinee population.

The district test coordinator can access this report in PearsonAccessnext ™.

Note: This includes examinees who tested with non-college reportable accommodations and/or supports.

No later than June 7, 2019

Profile Report – High School (copies for District)

An aggregate report that provides trends and averages of the high school based on the tested examinee population.

The district test coordinator can access this report in PearsonAccessnext ™.

Note: This includes records of examinees who tested with non-college reportable accommodations and/or supports.

No later than June 7, 2019

Student Level Data File – District

A data file, in text (.txt), comma separated (.csv), or spreadsheet (.xlsx) format, that includes all scores for all examinees for whom ACT processed test responses.

The district test coordinator can access this report in PearsonAccessnext ™.

Note: This includes records of examinees who tested with non-college reportable accommodations and/or supports.

No later than June 7, 2019

Table 4. Reports for Colleges

Report

Description

Delivery Date

College Report

An examinee’s college reportable scores.

Provided to the colleges the examinee selected when completing non-test information (up to four).

Note: Colleges determine frequency and format of receiving scores (e.g., paper, CD, internet).

3–8 weeks following receipt of examinee test responses