ACT (American College Test)
A standardized assessment widely used in the United States as part of the college admissions process. The ACT measures a student's academic readiness for college and is designed to evaluate their knowledge and skills in areas such as English, mathematics, reading, and science. Some universities, including Schiller International University, may require or consider ACT scores as part of their admissions criteria. ACT scores provide admissions committees with insights into a student's academic abilities and help determine their readiness for higher education.