Free PreACT Practice Test

Almost everyone out there has either heard of or taken the PreSAT at some point in their high school career. However, did you know there’s an equivalent pretest for the ACT? While the ACT isn’t quite as popular as the SAT, it has been gaining traction in recent years—enough, in fact, that it may be worth your while to consider including the PreACT in your testing roster alongside the PreSAT.

What are the advantages to the PreACT exam? For starters, it can allow you to get to know the real ACT! Just like the ACT is meant to evaluate how well you’ll be able to handle college-level curriculum, the PreACT gauges your readiness to take and pass the actual ACT exam. As a result, you will generally take this exam earlier on in high school than you do the ACT. Specifically, if you’re in 10th grade, you’re more likely to have to take the PreACT in the near future. The ACT is reserved for 11th and 12th grade students.

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What is a good PreACT score?

There is no set passing score for the PreACT, but a score of at least 21 is recommended.

How long is the PreACT?

The PreACT is timed at 130 minutes (just over two hours).

How many questions are on the PreACT?

There are 136 multiple-choice questions on the PreACT.


by Mometrix Test Preparation | This Page Last Updated: September 27, 2022