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PLAN (test)

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PLAN (test)

PLAN test booklets.

The PLAN is a preliminary ACT test that is generally administered in the sophomore year.[1] ACT, Inc. claims that it predicts success on the ACT. It is viewed as the ACT's equivalent of the PSAT.


  • Components 1
  • Scoring 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


The test consists of four separate parts: an English (grammar) section, a Math section, a Reading section, and a Science section. Each portion of the test has a different number of questions and a different amount of time allotted.[2]
Subject Number of Questions Time



20—Rhetorical Skills





The PLAN test is scored between 1-32 and is determined by a composite scoring system much like that of the ACT, based on the scores received on each of the categories of the test.


  1. ^ ACT's PLAN Program: The Test ( 2012
  2. ^ ACT's PLAN Program: The Test (

External links

  • ACT's PLAN Assessment
  • ACT's PLAN Program
  • Using PLAN scores to predict ACT scores
  • Plan scores - National percentiles

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