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ACT Testing

Visit the ACT Student site to ACT dates & registration.

ACT - the STMA school code is: 242-209. Four-year colleges in the central United States require the ACT scores as part of the criteria for acceptance and may require a minimum of 18 out of a 36. There is a fee and a deadline for registering. We recommend that students sign up for the ACT Plus Writing. STMA is a site location for one test date in June. All other test dates are held at various other locations, as specified online.

Make sure to indicate on your ACT online registration where you would like your test scores sent (you can send your scores to four different colleges for no additional cost when registering). After you take the test, there is a $13.00 fee each time you send your official test scores to a college.

ACT Test Prep Options

Online Practice

Juniors will have the option to take the ACT during the school in April each year, more information will be provided closer to the date.

Private Tutoring in Our Area

  • Academic All Star Tutoring 763-682-1281
  • College Tutors 763-420-2872
  • Huntington 763-416-0500
  • Mathnasium 763-269-6969
  • Sylvan Learning Center 763-330-2153

SAT Testing

Visit the College Board site for SAT dates & Registration.

SAT - The SAT is required for acceptance in some colleges on the east and west coast. SAT test registration and college preparation information available on the College Board website.

Information on the ACT and SAT College Entrance Exams
Note: You do not have to take both exams. Most STMA students take the ACT exam as that is what Midwestern schools prefer versus the SAT. It is always a good idea to check with each college you are considering to determine if they prefer the ACT or SAT.

Information on the ACT & SAT College Entrance Exams

Note: You do not have to take both exams. Most STMA students take the ACT exam as that is what Midwestern schools prefer versus the SAT. It is always a good idea to check with each college you are considering to determine if they prefer the ACT or SAT.

ACT Frequently Asked Questions

SAT Frequently Asked Questions